"To Whom It May Concern" as written by and Lisa Marie Presley Glen Ballard....
If you can't even stop the symptoms, then why in the hell do you drug the children?
The others can make their own decisions.
And with some help from you they become dependant.
You should be sorry ‘cause you let them down, but you become a big part of their lives.
They always trust you but they're dying out.
I've seen the things you do.
It blows my mind.
There's a doctor on every campus now.
And he's gonna tell you what you're feeling.
Momma wants you to swallow this down.
It's gonna make you sit still and listen.

I'm sorry, children, you don't have the choice.
Your parents gave you something way back when.
There's nothing wrong with you;
It's easier to give you this.
Then you won't embarrass them.
When there's something wrong, take an antidepressant. You can even choose which kind you want by the latest suicide.
You know you're sorry ‘cause you let them down.
But you become a big part of their lives.
They always trust you but they're dying out.
The things you do it blows my fucking mind.


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"To Whom It May Concern" as written by Lisa Marie Presley Glen Ballard

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    General CommentI love this song. Lisa is against the pchyciactric (spelling?) of children, and that's baically what this song is about. To me, it's about how pills seem to be the answer to every (non-physical) ache and pain now. Nowadays it seems that if you even utter the word "depressed" in the doctor's office, he/she's ready to shove pills down your throat. I was once on six different medications myself, but I now realize that it's all a bunch of nonsense!!
    Chrissy3784on April 14, 2004   Link

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