"All In Your Mind" as written by Derek Roy Bromham, Steve Gadd, Richard William Cole and Gary Stephen Giles....
Look inside your head and find, tell me now and it's all in your mind
Look inside your head and find a way deep inside and it's all in your mind

It's all in your mind
It's all in your mind

Revolution, air pollution, Chairman Mao Tse Tung is in your mind
"But he's dead pal... He's not very well anyway..."
A new day breaking-people hating
Love's a dream and it's all in your mind

Segregation, preservation, politicians all are in your mind
Pewter suta, Karma Sutra, even Blanckenheimer's in your mind

Yes...

It's all in your mind
It's all in your mind


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"All in Your Mind" as written by Gary Stephen Giles Derek Roy Bromham

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    General Commentnever heard this song, want to though
    FRYLORD13on August 10, 2007   Link
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    General Commentgreat song, its on the "eddie's archives" cd's if you're interested in hearing.

    I can't be too sure what it's about but i think it's talking about how many bad things in the world are being covered up or just not talked about.
    Corwin_Deckardon August 19, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti think its like...wishful thinking....like someone really is going into denial about the bad stuff going on just denying reality in general

    just to clear a weird lyric up

    Suta is the name of a class of people mentioned in the epic Mahabharata. Sutas were the children of two parents of different castes.

    FROM THE maidenfans.com
    'All In Your Mind' was originally recorded by the British band Stray for their 1970 self-titled debut album. The original version is actually quite different from Maiden's version, assentially in the multipart harmony vocals of the verse and slightly different harmonics in the opening-section. Steve Harris was a big fan of the band used to go to their gigs regularly. "Blanckenheimer", who is mentioned in the lyrics, was an old school friend of Stray's (whose real name was Gerald Blankensee) and later became the band's first roadie
    IRON MIADEN!on August 11, 2008   Link
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    General Commentand if you want to hear it...its also on the Holy Smoke single too. im not sure if thats any real help though.
    IRON MIADEN!on August 11, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song is a cover from a band called STRAY in 1970, written by Del Bramham, Maiden made it a bit faster and more cooler.
    RichardHarriison February 07, 2009   Link

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