"The Fun Palace" as written by Jeffrey Bruce Waters and Coburn Pharr....
Welcome, I invite you off to the other world
You'll have to face this house of no escape
Confront the past, in this psychic house of horrors
I lead you up the path you'll take

Panic, your conscience lied
Trapped inside panic
Your ultimate nightmare
Welcome to the fun palace

Panic, just try to scream
It's only a dream
Panic, your ultimate nightmare
Welcome to the palace

Tonight you'll be tried, I invoke the memories
The guilt to be driven from this unconscious mind
Young lives that you've denied, behold their faces
Innocence cut to pieces, just look behind

Panic, your conscience lied
Trapped inside
Panic, your ultimate nightmare
Welcome to the fun palace

Panic, just try to scream
It's only a dream
Panic, your ultimate nightmare
Welcome to the palace

Look at the fun and the games
That you've taken away, confess!
Dreams of growing up have been
Destroyed because of you!

Farewell, I impel you back to your other world
You'll have to face your every sin
Take this a painful bounty, representing me
The keeper of the palace and
The secrets held within

Panic, your conscience lied
Trapped inside panic
Your ultimate nightmare
Welcome to the fun palace

Panic, just try to scream
It's only a dream panic
Your ultimate nightmare
Welcome to the palace
Goodbye, from the fun palace


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"The Fun Palace" as written by Jeffrey Bruce Waters Coburn Pharr

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    General CommentWhat? No comments? This song fuckin' rules!

    Judging by the lyrics I'd say it was about an Insane Asylum.
    judodaveon January 06, 2007   Link
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    General CommentCarrying on Annihilator's fine tradition of covering weird, psychological illnesses 'palace' is narrated by the emotion of guilt. it details the psychic voyage taken by one who has committed a heinous crime and gotten away with it. many years later the nightmares become so intense that the only way for the murderer to stop them is to confess

    Jeff Waters
    sepultura1987on January 15, 2009   Link

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