John Masarone

John Masarone

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Rock - Alternative | West Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,143   
Member Since: 2017
   Last Login: 1/11/2021
   Sounds Like: XTC, Steely Dan, The Beatles, Todd Rundgren

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4

Song Description

Lying in a doctor's office trying to find out why one is crazy. Maybe going back is a way to move forward.

Story Behind the Song

Mental illness treatment.

Lyrics

Lying here nervously counting the marks on the wall
Listen to you're telling me immersed in a search of recall

I'm moving in a new direction
One where I can be lost and found

Sometimes going back can help you to unpack what's going on
Lead you to a place where you can find your space to carry on

What's inside wants to understand all the needs of the heart
The medicine is all within inside the soul is where to start

I'm moving in a new direction
One where I can be lost and found

Sometimes going back can help you to attack what's going on
Help you to define how you lost your mind and what went wrong

We need to set some expectations
Want to lift you off the ground
File it with some medication
We'll help you to keep you safe and sound

Sometimes going back can help you to attack what's going on
Help you to define how you lost your mind and what went wrong

Sometimes going back can help you to unpack what's going on
Lead you to a place where you can find your space to carry on

Sometimes going back

Song Length
4:17
Genres
Rock - Alternative, Rock - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Restless, Uptight

Subject Matter
Sanity/Insanity, Worry

Similar Artist
Steely Dan
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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