I think I might be crazy.
But tonight, the kids will show their face and prove that they can go there.
With no regard that people live there; we won't wait until we die.

All we want is what we've come for: liberationtoxication.
Scream out loud, 'cause life is crazy.
Sanity we have no use for.

This is for parents who think twice, regret mistakes and judge the upcoming crowds.
Why can't they listen?
Or pretend to care?
So give a guilt trip, and I'll try to give a...
She said, "The devil's out of town and I'm filling in."

All we want is what we've come for: liberationtoxication.
Scream out loud, 'cause life is crazy.
Sanity, we have no use for.

It's the distance between now and then.
Decisions start to make more sense.
My eyes are as clear as the lights in the sky and on that fourth night, we'll all gasp and realize we're to blame.

Like the outline of our nightmares.
Piece by piece, we'll try to frame the perfect picture.
But it's all so grey.

Like the brightest colors and the wind that spirals downard wrecking the earth.
We have the boldest fury to put ourselves on top of the world.

All we want is what we've come for: liberationtoxication.
Scream out loud, 'cause life is crazy.
Sanity we have no use for.


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    General CommentI think this song is all about growing up and crazy high school/ college days. Pretty much, its like just have as much fun as you can rebelling, these are supposed to be the best days of our lives. Even though parents and adults in general seem to hold a certain contempt for such a lifestyle, you have to learn eventually not to care if no ones giving solid reasons against it
    serenity23on June 04, 2008   Link

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