He was a poor man, though he was genius
Would they listen to this crazy man
Would they help him to his end
He was a tall man, pale skin and broken back
And no-one knew him, though he was genius
They feared him, locked him away
And in silence would he pray

He lived alone, though many voices spoke
He found peace, in his own little world
So they beat him, to his end
He lays forgotten
Dead skin and broken neck
And no-one knew him
Though he was genius

Who was he, that crazy man
Just a loser, to the end


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    General CommentIt appears to be about a man who is able to communicate with forces beyond (spirits more than likely), but he is perceived by others as nothing more but a schizophrenic lunatic. He ends up being ultimately killed for his psycho status, though he really was hearing the voices and they weren't a product of his imagination.

    Alternatively, Evander Sinque (the proper name; there is a typo in the title) might actually be schizophrenic. The lines of him being a genius might be referring to the fact that brilliant minds can be crazy just as much (if not more) than regular ones.
    Anilandon June 01, 2010   Link

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