"Fine Time To Lose Your Mind" as written by Jack Mcmanus, Jim Irvin and Simon Tindale....
I can't wait for tomorrow
Coz I know that I’ll feel better than today
I'm bringing down the curtain on this play

I hope I wake a little wiser
Is there anything that may remain the same
Without my madness getting in the way

What a fine time to lose your mind
Just when I thought life's alright
There were sky-high warning signs
That I chose to ignore
Tell everybody outside my door
Come again, out of time
I'm too busy losing my mind

I won't be at your party
I'll be the life and soul of nowhere but my head
I'll celebrate alone in there instead

What a fine time to lose your mind
Just when I thought life's alright
And it's like myself and I
Have just started a war
And I never felt so lonely before
Come at some other town
I'm too busy losing my mind
Too busy losing my mind

And I chose to ignore
And tell everybody outside my door
Come again, out of time
I'm too busy losing my mind
Too busy losing my mind


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