Insane
by Cold

  • Everyone around you suffocates, think I don't believe in God
    Every little pill that helps you think, makes my mind a social fault
    I can take a million fucking freaks, blow 'em up and make you pay
    All the plastic clowns have taken me, to the moon that wasn't grey
    I have gone insane and I'm the one to blame
    There's no one left but me and I'm not here
    All the plastic people live for me, but their hearts were made for doom
    Everyone around thinks I'm insane, but the path I chose was sore
    I can take a million fucking freaks, blow 'em up and make you pay
    All the plastic clowns have taken me, to the moon that wasn't grey
    Can you give back to God what brought you here
    Everyone around you suffocates, think I don't believe in God
    Everyone around you thinks I'm insane, but the drugs have made me grey Writer/s: KEVIN BRUCE CLARK, BERNADETTE COSGROVE, CHEZERE
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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  • Zero from The Abyss, NjWhat does he mean when he says, "I could take a million f***ing freaks, blow 'em up and make you pay"?
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