"Acid Rain" as written by and Scott Montoya Brooks Nielsen....
Last night I dreamed that it rained
And nobody complained
And when it quit no one was ever the same
The rain was strange and all the colors changed
And the blues of my baby leaving turned into green
Drip drop dripped onto my lips
I dreamt an acid rain trip
Drip drop dripped acid rain trip
All of my loneliness slipped
Since you went away everything has been gay
Only grey and plain until the acid rain....


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    General CommentThis song is awesome. What I believe Nielsen is trying to communicate is how his trip opened his mind, helped him acknowledge his negative feelings about his ex, and then helped him accept the past and move on.

    It's like the trip opened his mind enough for him to go through DABDA in a very short time. It reminds me of things I have read about certain physicians with knowledge of psychedelics helping people with terminal illnesses accept what's going to happen. Through the use of controlled trips with certain psychedelics, the patients are able to come to terms with their fate and exit the depressive state that knowing how much time they have left can cause. The cathartic psychedelic experience helps them reach a state of psychological and spiritual peace.
    DoctorTobogganon July 31, 2014   Link
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    General Commentone of my favourite songs EVER. i was going to put this up but well in for getting before me.
    such a jingly little song. reminds me of my first trip.
    how every moment like your 'drip, drop, drip' is instantly amplified. and in the heat of euphoria you are reminded of your love, and her/his turned green. =unrequited love/lust/jealousy or abandonment.
    StadiumSoulon January 12, 2011   Link

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