she sits in the driveway and dreams of the highway
and listens to REM
her father's a doctor but that never stopped her
from feeling the pain within
nothing ever comes around
the paint on the ceiling is cracking and peeling
it's bringing the whole place down

donna, donna, donna
you're keeping it down
you're hanging around
you're keeping it underground

a kind of depression, a lack of aggression
stemming from self abuse
her mother and father, they don't even bother
but then again, what's the use?
this is where it all comes down

the leak in the shower gets worse by the hour
it's bringing the whole place down


Lyrics submitted by mj*Fan

Keeping it Underground song meanings
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