"Pin Cushion" as written by and David A. Novotny Joseph Todd Poole....
Brakins gotta be taken
It's gotta keep movin along to fight the demons that are in my head
Rage has gotta be taken
It's gotta keep movin along to fight the demons that are in my head

Wait on something
Want something
Need something

I can see
Yes I can see that you're not my friend at all
And you say you want me
I feel you
I see you
Fall into your own direction yeah
You say that you want me

Rage has gotta be taken
It's gotta keep moving along to fight the demons that are in your head
Love has gotta be taken a little more seriously
To fight the demons that are in your head

Wait on something
Want something
Need something

I can see
Yes I can see that you're not my friend at all
And you say that you want me
I feel you
I feel you fall into your own direction
And you say that you want me

You kick me down but you won't keep me down
I feel you
You kick me down but you won't keep me down
Rage has gotta be taken
It's gotta keep movin' along to fight the demons that are in your head
Love has gotta be taken a little more seriously
To fight the demons that are in your head.


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"Pin Cushion" as written by David A. Novotny Christopher Jon Dabaldo

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    My InterpretationIt sounds like it's about two people in a relationship where one wants the other, but the other says that they aren't their friend. The first person says that rage will fight their problems ("the demons in my head") to themselves. They tell the other person says that rage is necessary to fight the demons in the other person's head. It's basically a relationship based on rage because they think that rage will help them battle their inner demons that are living in their heads.
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