"Hyper-Insomnia-Para-Condroid" as written by and Deryck Jason/nori Whibley....
Silence is screaming in my head
Stuck on repeat
Not much longer I'll be dead
So just forget me
I'm losing my mind
And I don't think you could save me this time

And it goes

[Chorus]
On and on
And I just feel helpless
How long will this take to end?
On and on
When will I get through this?
Welcome to my home town and down

I'm falling deeper in this hole, to disaster
I'm creeping what I thought control, was falling faster
I'm losing my mind
And I don't think you could save me this time

And it goes

[Chorus]
On and On
And I just feel helpless
How long will this take to end?
On and on
When will I get throught this?
Welcome to my home town and down

It's dragging on
I'm wearing thin
I can't stop these walls
They keep caving in
It's gone too far
Where's my mind?
Why can't time stop fear this paranoia?

Would you know when it's alright?
It does with me
Would you know when it's alright?
Well it does with me

And it goes

[Chorus]
On and on
And I just feel helpless
How long will this take to end?
On and on
When will I get through this?
Welcome to my home town and down

Welcome, welcome
(its been fair waiting)
Welcome to my own doubt and doubt
Welcome, welcome
(i'm falling further)
Welcome to my own doubt and doubt.


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"Hyper-Insomnia-Para-Condrioid" as written by Deryck Whibley Dave Baksh

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    General Commentokay I relate in a way i love this song
    B_ITCH666on July 06, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI think this song could be about depression, feeling down all the time and feeling like you'll never make it thru. feeling like life is repetitive and people who dont understand you think your going crazy.
    soul_lesson February 16, 2005   Link
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    General CommentIt's clearly about paranoia.
    urbanonastickon April 14, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI love this song, its about being paranoid and feeling like your dieing and hopeing that you will get through this state of mind alive.
    final_notice41on February 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think it's more to do with depression, feeling like you have hundreds of problems, it doesn't seem to end, and more just keeps coming.
    Hence: "It's a never ending story, and it starts with me."

    Onto the chorus, this is questioning how long the depression will last, they want to get out of it, but they feel so helpless so they just want to know when it will end... hence: "On and on, And I just feel helpless how long will this take to wear off?"

    So yeah, my interpretation of it ^.^ it might not be right... but I can relate to it from that point of view, and when you feel like that, it's bad.
    thenothinginsideon May 08, 2006   Link
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    General Commentomg. only two comments. this HAS to be my favourite off this record :]
    xxAmyxxon May 20, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think it's about being paranoid AND depressed. Basically, his life is going down the drain etc.
    It's a great song ^^
    valxluffxjoo__on September 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentYeah I agree. It's about being paranoid and depressed. But I think it could be about almost every mental illness like panic attacks for example.
    xXxraVenxXxon October 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAre you kidding me? This song is about a bad drug trip. "How long will this take to wear off?" "I can't stop these walls caving in" "When will I get through this?" The singer probably did a Terrance McKeena size dose of LSD or psilocybin or both.
    J Villianon January 15, 2007   Link
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    General Commentfavorite part of the whole song is the bridge
    blinklives182on May 04, 2007   Link

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