"The Medication" as written by Peter Wilhard Ingvar Dolving, Anders Martin Bjoerler, Jonas Fredrik Bjoerler, Per Moeller Jensen and Patrik Jensen....
I'm sick. I can see it now, clear as daylight
So fucking what ? Keep your opinions and leave me out
Paint it red burn the bitch - Let her serve herself
The pain is real, it's all true I was there

Going insane's overrated
I was right all along
You're all the monsters - I am the normal one
So here I am and yes I'm fine, fucking fabulous alright
(Somehow) I'll make it out alive, no matter how...

The medication knocks the edge right off and every step away
From feeling this is beauty in its own right
The sidetracks and your skilled manipulation of my senses
Left me down - but I've been down before...

Pigs are a noble creature compared to scum like you,
But I'm certain there's one way out there left to chew

The medication knocks the edge right off and every step away
From feeling this is beauty in its own right
The sidetracks and your skilled manipulation of my senses
Left me down - but I've been down before...

Ain't nothing you could say
Ain't nothing you could do
Ain't nothing there at all for you
Suppose I could make you see - Would it make a change?
Well, come inside and burn

The medication knocks the edge right off and every step away
From feeling this is beauty in its own right
The sidetracks and your skilled manipulation of my senses
Left me down - but I've been down before...


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    General CommentThis seems to be about someone who is told he is insane but feels perfectly normal in his world and hates the medication (anything that detracts from the true self) because it doesn't let him be himself (what they called insane).

    "You're all the monsters, I am the normal one" great fucking line
    andyman82on February 06, 2009   Link

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