Know something about this song or lyrics? Add it to our wiki.
Frankstoned
By:Brenton Harris
Band:Erasa

The Station is crowded,
There’s a train pulling in,
Thousands of seats,
But no ones getting in

Take a look around,
And see what we’ve become,
This town and drug addicts might as well be one

City parks and beaches,
That no one dares to use,
Syringes on the ground,
Our rights are being abused

Take off the blindfolds,
Open up your eyes,
Syringe driven madness,
A town to despise

This town has had its day
Another dead addict being carried away
This town has had its day,
Children’s rights to innocence being taken away

Drug dealers win,
And citizens loose,
The old guy on the corners being abused
Stealing of the innocent
And giving to the crude
The vicious cycle continues

Robberies and murders,
It’s all a bloody daze,
The guy on the corner,
In his heroin inspired rage

The streets are littered,
With the product of death,
Go to the beach, you better watch your step

This town has had its day
Dead addicts being carried away
This town has had its day
Children’s rights to innocence being taken away.

But still they wont listen
Still they wont try
To see this problem,
That’s right before their eyes,
No still they won’t listen still they wont try
To fix this problem right before their eyes

This town has had its day
Addicts and corpses block alleyways.
This town has had its day
Criminals in power, just look the other way


Lyrics submitted by emokid86

Frankstoned song meanings
Add your thoughts

1 Comment

sort form View by:
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is obviously about the decline of society, perticularly in the bands home town of Frankston
    kriseatworldon September 04, 2002   Link

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain