"Placebo Effect" as written by and Steven Severin Susan Ballion....
You dip your hands into my flesh
And say you won't reveal a scar
I must have faith in this procedure
It's a miracle-It's a wonder

A thousand hidden needles
In a thousand covered nerves
Stick pins in my receptacles
Look to your Voodoo doll-your mojo

Staying alive at five
For you to cure my ailments
Another soul is saved
With your bogus medications

What colour shall we have today?
Depends on how you feel I say
Consult your research on the media
See blue will calm my hysteria

Staying alive at five
For you to cure my ailments
Another soul is saved
With your bogus medications
Staying alive at five
With your empty containers
Another corpse ornaments your waiting room
Will you ever regret-the placebo effect
Can you ever forget-the placebo effect






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"Placebo Effect" as written by Morris Mkcay

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    General CommentI love this song, if only because listening to it is almost like being in an entirely different state. It also kinda reflects the way I've felt after being on strong pain medications or other medications--which is why I now try to avoid them. You feel so surreal, but in a bad way. And the medications really can be worse than what they're supposed to cure, such as antidepressants (I personally got more depressed after those suckers).
    rhithedwarfon July 30, 2008   Link

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