Committed at twenty two Just to get over you My belly aches blue Lorazepam flu I'm down for the count Always three times a day Sometimes four, sometimes four A bee stings right through the arm The high swing I ride upon My eyes can't quite focus on The nurse with my Lucky Charms Well a two step was just a laugh Our boundaries were broken in half It's a good thing to know As you walk into group for the show
Knock-knock on the window pane My smoke break, the hour rang My quiet roommate sleeps the same Woke up when dinner came The man's no more then forty old Arrived scared two days ago A family of earth and gold But still nonetheless alone I learned quick. Knew what to say Three angels walked my way In Spanish tongue they knelt to pray And said "God, keep him safe From screaming voices." They became my family Outstretched their hands on my head You know, boy, I can feel them breathing They actually knelt down and prayed for me They actually knelt down and prayed for me
Don't you dare put me on HRSA. Does self abuse extend your hospital stay? I think I'll lie a bit Lord I won't cry over anything Over anything at all Over anything at all Over anything at all
I won't cry over anything I won't cry over anything, no No, I won't cry over anything Over anything at all
Writer/s: Justin S. Furstenfeld
Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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James from Liverpool, NyI too was in a mental hospital for several months.
Jenny from Eastern Wa, WaOctober 29? That's the day of the last time I went to chemical dependency treatment (in 1999). Interesting.
Jenny from Eastern Wa, WaOh yea, thanks for reminding me! I was trying to remember what that was.
Digimer from Toronto, CanadaFrom "Argument with a Tree", their Live CD, Justin (lead singer) explained that he was checked on October 29, 1997 (after a breakup?). The band's name "Blue October" supposedly comes from that October which was very hard for Justin.
Joel from Columbia, ScIt is. I was in a mental hospital for several months.