"Radiology" as written by and Michael L. Shepard....
I believe in my garden home,
And the chemicals I need to make it grow,
Later on, the glowing teeth,
Lessons learned in radiology

Choking on the tales of joy and bliss,
Broken sails, we should bale, but let's kiss,
I'll embrace the brewing thunder and let it take me under

I believe in the search of the fawn,
The forest creatures wild, but so am I,
The bloody noses, the broken arms,
Lessons learned well in mythology

Amaurosis, I belong in an asylum,
Abused yet confused what you like,
Tar angels await as I learn to hate,
This perfect world of my life

Lyrics submitted by Goliath

"Radiology" as written by Michael L. Shepard

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    My OpinionThis song is beautiful!
    the vocals are amazing
    KTbaby659on October 16, 2009   Link
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    General Commentespiritual, deep and beautiful song.
    I love it.
    "I believe in my garden home,
    and the chemicals I need to make it grow"
    the language figures are so intelligent.
    Narayanon December 17, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti don't believe that no one more will coment here!
    this song is awesome!
    Narayanon December 20, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentabsolutely amazing. completely. very chilling.
    apollo IVon March 27, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe first verse seems so innocent that it remids me of a child reciting what they've learned in school. It makes me sad what kind of places children have to grow up in. "Tar angels await as I learn to hate this perfect world of my life"
    fairerlorion April 09, 2006   Link
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    General Comment"I believe in my garden home,
    and in the chemicals I need to make it grow"

    I think the "garden home" is some kind of delusion or drug-induced hallucination. He "believes" in it; this can be interpreted three ways. First, he believes it literally exists. Second, he places his trust in it; he believes it will bring him happiness and fulfillment. Third, both the first and second options.

    The "chemicals" he needs "to make it grow" may be drugs, either ellicit or medical. Maybe the speaker is a psychiatric patient 1) whose medications are actually worsening his condition // or 2) whose so-called medications are actually the cause of his problems // 3) who has been put into a delusional stupor by medication: he is "in his own little world"

    I'm still trying to figure this song out really, I'll probably add some other comments later on. So try to help if you can.
    Song of Songson June 25, 2006   Link

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