"Hallucination" as written by and David Faulkner....
I don't suffer from hallucination,
It's a private form of recreation.
On a trip without a destination,
"Don't forget to take your medication."

Sometimes you get a bad connection
(That all depends upon your predilection)
When you're pointed in the wrong direction
You can wear me for your protection.

Let's establish a new tradition,
We'll abolish old superstition.
You're the Jesus of my religion
You're even better than television!

Take it as read
I won't harm a Single hair upon your (sweet) head
Safe in your bed,
That's where I said it, meant it.
Hit it!
(You won't regret it)

Learned to live in my imagination.
The School of Hard Knocks was my education
I got a Magnum Cum Louder graduation
With a major in Hallucination.
Hallucination across the nation.
Lost generation.

Lyrics submitted by J0K3R

"Hallucination" as written by Dave Faulkner

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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