"Go Insane" as written by and Lindsey Buckingham....
Two kinds of people in this world
Winners, losers
I lost my power in this world
Because I did not use it

And I go insane like I always do
And I call your name, she's a lot like you

Two kinds of trouble in this world
Living, dying
I lost my power in this world
And the rumors are flying

And I go insane like I always do
And I call your name, she's a lot like you

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"Go Insane" as written by Lindsey Buckingham

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    My InterpretationThe song is about the neurosis you experience when you encounter someone that you used to love who is doing just fine without you.
    adaminoacids32on August 11, 2017   Link
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    General CommentThe chorus of this song was eventually turned into the chord progression for 'Time Bomb Town'. Listen closely! You can sing along to "I go insane, like I always do..." in between verses. It's cool! It gives both songs a different level and meaning, making TBT a sort of "sequel" to Go Insane.

    Just a little triva for ya.
    Ekkostaron April 09, 2008   Link
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    Song MeaningFrom everything I have seen and heard related to Lindsey Buckingham's life, this song was a response to the craziness that his then wife, Carol, was causing. She was unbalanced. It was basically a song talking about how she was driving him nuts, and all the rumours that were going around about his marriage troubles.

    Now, this part is only speculation on my part, but "She's a lot like you" likely is hearkening back for his former flame, Stevie Nicks.
    sailorrepublicaon October 28, 2017   Link

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