BipolarJ

BipolarJ

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Rock - Hard Rock | jersey city , New Jersey, United States
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Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

about the frustration of mental breakdown

Lyrics

it can't be as bad, as bad as it seems to be
lifes been brutally, hard on me lately
what would it be like if it were worse than this
i can't imagine, i cant imagine it

now don't be silly man don't even go there
i tell myself don't hold your breath
cause this time you might end up dead

my sanity's been compromised once again
been left in the ward and left tied up in the bin
this rubber room has become my only friend
i'd like to leave but they say i'm not ready yet

now don't be silly man don't even go there
i tell myself don't hold your breath
cause this time you might end up dead

(guitar solo)

this time again it's been way too mucg on me
i can't take no more i wanna be normal please
whatever that may be
i'd like to be like the rest of you out there
but i don't know how to act i'd only sit and stare
at you out there, at you out there

now don't be silly man don't even go there
i tell myself don't hold your breath
cause this time you might end up dead

Song Length
3:34
Genre
Rock - Hard Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Restless

Subject Matter
Frustration

Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits James Grasselino
Music Credits James Grasselino
Producer Credits Rob Harrari
Performance Credits James Black, James Grasselino, R.J. Martin, Chris Speich