I didn't know which way I was going
Depends which way the wind is blowing
Wherever my mind may roam
Talk to myself, but there's nobody home...

The lights are lime and my eyes are green
They tell me to take one for the team
'Never the twain', and 'when in Rome'
I’m bringing it all back home...

Press flesh in a meet-and-greet
Get stepped on by all I meet
Trampled deep into a hole
My goal...?
Try to get back on my feet
Get knocked down by all I meet
They pound me, until,
My soul...

Everything is still the same
Some people never change
Will I ever wash out this stain?
I'm disillusioned again...
You're fast becoming my bane
Some people never change
I wish you never came
I'm disillusioned again...

Strangers ask for me for directions
I offer them some vague reflections
Richie Manic knew the score...
We won't be seeing him no more

They ask me how it's like to live the dream
A nightmare is more what it seems
Glisten it out with some alcohol
Pussy and pills and rock and roll...

Press flesh in a meat-and-greet
Get stepped on by all I meet
Trampled deep into a hole
My goal...?
Try to get back on my feet
Get knocked down by all I meet
They pound me, until,
My soul...

Everyone is inhumane
It's like when Abel killed Cain
Can't seem to shake off this nervous strain
I'm disillusioned again...
My will is starting to wane
I think I'm going insane
I don't mean to complain...
Just disillusioned again

I'm disillusioned again...
I'm disillusioned again...
I'm disillusioned again...
I'm disillusioned again...


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    General CommentI think we have all been "disillusioned" at one time or another, so I can definately relate to this song. The funny part of it is, there is an effect that happens after he says "My soul" and it sounds like he then says "buckles"... but he doesn't!
    The_Passengeron December 12, 2007   Link

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