"Hypnotised" as written by Robert Berkeley Davis, Eliot John Kennedy, Craig Cavanagh, Tesni Jones, Christon Kloosterboer, Iris Van Kempen, Bart Voncken and Emma Winterbourne....
You came in from the darkness and held the door open wide
You stood there like a vision before my unbelieving eyes
I believe in what I see and also what I hear
But did the night play tricks on me or were you really there.

Am I being hypnotised
Feeling like I'm hypnotised
Am I being hypnotised
Feeling like I'm hypnotised

Fear has gripped my heart and I am whispering out your name
Can you hear the silence screaming do they sound the same

Am I being hypnotised
Feeling like I'm hypnotised
Am I being hypnotised
Feeling like I'm hypnotised

Am I being hypnotised
Feeling like I'm hypnotised
Am I being hypnotised
Feeling like I'm hypnotised

You came in from the darkness and held the door open wide
You stood there like a vision before my unbelieving eyes
I believe in what I see and also what I hear
But did the night play tricks on me or were you really there.

Am I being hypnotised
Feeling like I'm hypnotised
Am I being hypnotised
Feeling like I'm hypnotised


Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae

"Hypnotised" as written by P. Wright Elliott Smith

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General Commentfemale vocals = amazing.
    clairebabyon May 08, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song, to me, is about someone ON ECSTASY...getting a lightshow and/or listening to the DJ.
    UnreflectedMirroron May 30, 2006   Link
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    Song MeaningI perceive this song being about someone being captivated (through infatuation and/or interest) by someone else, and relating it to a feeling of hypnotism.
    Hinterlandon February 21, 2011   Link

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