"It Is All In Your Head" as written by and Anthony Jerome Martin Reese Danton Wilson....
Alone again my friend
I know it's lonely, I've been there as well
Crowded rooms seem so empty
The color on the wall turns grey
Your soul is about to collapse
Your heart bleeds, only empty thoughts exist
Everything you've ever done seems pointless
Helpless, you can't think at all

Stop searching for answers
It's all in your head
You're already dead

Sudden death is so inviting
No personality left at all
I know just what you're thinging
Left behide by those you depended on
Can't think straight, It's all in your head
No matter the world is still the same
Time will never be your ally
Fragile you can't breath at all

Maybe they never meant to hurt you
I guess no one is to blame
Daily you're picking up the pieces
Searching for the life you had

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"It Is All in Your Head" as written by Reese Danton Wilson Anthony Jerome Martin


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    General CommentTo me, it's about getting out of a relationship with someone that you put your hope and love into. It didn't mean anything to them. After losing your identity to make them happy they threw you away. The way they treated you left you dead inside. Maybe they didn't mean to hurt you because they may just have a personality disorder like Malignant Narcissism or Histrionic Personality Disorder. They can treat you so good to get you in love, then abuse you. Make you go crazy. Brainwash you. Your life turns into hell.

    This is a great song. It used to feel so depressing to listen to, but now it just feels normal thats how dead I am inside. I used to feel like a ball of life walking around, i've been drained and i feel so dead now. I believed her when she said she was hurting and I would hurt with her. It was all a game.
    DamSkippion December 19, 2008   Link

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