She scratches a letter Into a wall made of stone Maybe someday Another child Won't feel as alone as she does It's been two years And counting Since they put her in this place She's been diagnosed By some stupid fuck And mommy agrees
Why go home? Why go home? Why go home?
She seems to be stronger But what they want her to be is weak She could play pretend She could join the game, boy She could be another clone Ooh, whoa ah, yeah oh Why go home, why go home, why go home, why go home
What you taught me (why go home) Put me here don't come visit, mother (why go home) Sting me
Why go home, why go home, why go home, why go home What you taught me (why go home) Put me here don't come visit, mother, mother yeah (why go home) Why go home, why go home, why go home, why go home, why go home, whoa
Writer/s: Eddie Vedder, Jeff Ament
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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Just Me from Americai am married to the girl in this song. she told me abort her talks with Eddie
Zero from Nowhere, NjThis and Jeremy are my 2 favorite songs off TEN, I can relate to both songs as I've been bullied in school and I've been institutionalized. What I know is that nowadays people can only be committed if they are a danger to themselves or others. Back in the late 80's/early 90's things could have been different, though there is still corruption in the systems to this day. I didn't think they could legally commit someone if they weren't suicidal or homicidal.
Brandon from Denver, CoThis is my favorite song, my second is the Mammason trilogy
Matt from Millbrae, Cathis is an awesome song...especially the riff that hits after each verse before the chorus. amazing solo too.
Ronnie Van Zant wrote the Lynyrd Skynyrd classic "Gimme Three Steps" after making the mistake of dancing with a girl whose boyfriend was in the bar and probably had a gun. He asked for a 3-step head start.