Frenetic Amnesic
by CKY

Album: Infiltrate Destroy Rebuild (2002)
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  • A blackout they peel him off of the floor
    Frenetic amnesic
    He's delirious, he thinks he's been here before
    Frenetic amnesic
    No recall, not one familiar face
    Frenetic amnesic
    The molded man has been completely erased
    Frenetic amnesic

    Everybody's after me
    You could be the enemy
    You seem too happy to reveal yourself
    There's no resentment here

    Frenetic amnesic
    Completely in the dark, try to pave a way with no chance and no reason
    Not knowing who you are, looking for the truth it ain't there
    And you can't believe them

    Everybody's after me
    You could be the enemy
    You seem too happy to reveal yourself
    There's no resentment here
    What you see is what you get
    Two seconds later I forget
    You seem too happy to reveal yourself
    There's no resentment here

    No recall there's no familiar face
    Frenetic amnesic
    The molded man has been completely erased
    Frenetic amnesic
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