"Other People's Misery" as written by Andrew Cairns, Michael Robert Mckeegan, Martin Mccarrick and Graham Hopkins....
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I had a love of life
I had a stable mind
There's something wrong with me
One fix a quick release

For you, for you, for you
Other people's misery

I had some confidence
I had some kind of grace
But it's cought up with me
One fix a quick release

For you, for you, for you
Other people's misery

I had a love of life
I had a stable mind
I had a love of life
I had a stable mind
I had a love of life
I had a stable mind

For you, for you, for you, for you, for you, for you, for you
Other people's misery

Other people's misery


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"Other People's Misery" as written by Graham Hopkins Andrew Cairns

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    General CommentI think it's about someone who's a shell of their former self, and now the only way they get their kicks is through, well, other people's misery, and even that doesn't give them much of a buzz, since it's 'one fix, a quick release'. The great thing about this song is how amateurish and sloppy it sounds, it just feels like there's so much energy that the moment it kicks off it's already burning itself out.
    infotainment_ladon January 21, 2006   Link

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