"Hillmont Avenue" as written by and Jemima Pearl Abegg Jamin Orrall....
My eyes so big they gobble up the room.
They believe they know things that you don't.
You brush her over like the world is new,
Pushing her over 99 times like you've never been here before and well

It's a jungle in there, don't you see it?
Made of dirty shirts and straight jackets.
I can tell the whole room is plotting against me,
Speaking the language only objects can.

I must remind you those little men stole it.
You wouldn't believe in all the stuff they sway!
I met my evil half in the bathroom,
Telling me secrets in the mirror.

Well I'm not going to take you to the room.
I might just be alone forever.
At least this way, I lose in all this mess.
If I was crazy I would have fun all the time.

It's a jungle in there, don't you see it?
Made of dirty shirts and straight jackets.
I can tell the whole room is plotting against me,
Speaking the language only objects can.

It's a jungle in there, don't you see it?
Made of dirty shirts and straight jackets.
I can tell the whole room is plotting against me,
Speaking the language only objects can.


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"Hillmont Avenue" as written by Jemima Pearl Abegg Jamin Orrall

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    General CommentSo this song, to me, seems a lot like their perspective of what it's like to be insane.
    feel me loudon January 12, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti agre with the above poster, i think this song is about being insane.

    the lines
    "I met my evil half in the bathroom
    Telling me secrets in the mirror "
    remind me of the shining, which of course focuses on insanity. so that fits in nicely.
    christinedyeron November 29, 2007   Link
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    General CommentMaybe about being stoned "My eyes so big, the color of the room" "I can tell the whole room is plotting against me" 'Cause you know it makes your eyes go weird and you get paranoid.
    BrainFreeze100on March 24, 2008   Link

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