"Feelin' Massachussetts" as written by and Hatfield....
Tell me something I really wanna know.
Take me somewhere I really wanna go.
Introduce me to someone really cool.
Not another crazy fool (crazy fool).

Feed me something hot enough.
Don't be afraid to treat me rough.
I just wanna be entertained.
I wanna feel alive again (alive again).

I walk around
This little town.
I spit on the ground
And wait for the sky to fall down.
Show me the way to the door.
Show me out 'cause I'm
So, so, so, so

Give me something to take away the pain.
Give me something that lets me sleep all day.
Play me some music that lifts me to my feet.
Not another ripped-up beat (ripped-up beat).

Take me to the ocean and leave me there.
Leave me all alone with the sun and the air.
I float around all day long.
It won't be long before I'm gone (I'm gone).

I float around.
I'm sinkin', sinkin', sinkin' down.
Feel like I'm gonna drown
In this stinkin' town.
Show me the way to the shore.
Throw me out 'cause I'm
So, so, so, so bored.

I think that I shall never see
A poem lovely as a tree.
A tree whose burning mouth is pressed
Against the earth's sweet flowin' breast.

I walk around
This little town.
I spit on the ground
And wait for the sky to fall down.
Show me the way to the door.
Show me out 'cause I'm
So, so, so, so, so, so, so, so bored


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    General CommentThis song was originally going to include Boston in the title, but she didn't want to offend her fellow Bostonians so she changed it to Mass. It's just about being bored in your hometown and feeling stuck.
    carrie713on December 28, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe title is a reference to the line from Soundgarden, "looking California, but feelin' Minnesota."
    MaxwellHammeron September 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAnd the irony is --- she's still here, feelin' Massachusetts... and so am i. And it's even spelled incorrectly.
    HowToWalkAwayon March 21, 2008   Link
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    General Comment"I think that I shall never see
    A poem lovely as a tree.
    A tree whose burning mouth is pressed
    Against the earth's sweet flowin' breast."

    A perfect portrait of someone, maybe her, maybe not, but perfect. The one we all occasionally meet, and no one really knows.
    xby45on September 07, 2015   Link

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