Legg meg inn på din avdeling
Legg meg inn på klinikken
Eg er sikker eg er gal
De tok i frå meg alt eg var
Legg meg inn, legg meg inn på klinikken

For eg får aldri tilbake alt det som var
Det blei som du fortalte
Alt blei som du sa
Nå ser du meg aldri igjen
og du var aldri min
men eg er for alltid din

Legg meg inn

Fortell verden eg er sjuk doktor
Du er min patron
La meg få stempel på Dieter Meyers Inst. og
legg meg inn

Eg har ingen kontroll på om eg er våken eller sover
Reglement på reglement
å forholde seg til i håve
Der ser du sånn går det

Sjå kva det har blitt av meg
Ingen lenger kjenner meg
Få tilbake litt av meg
Alltid trø forsiktige steg
Eg er halv mann, og det bærer preg
Nå vil eg ha litt av deg

Du er min redning
Takk for din donasjon
Eg må bli lagt inn på Dieter Meyers Inst.

Legg meg inn på Dieter Meyer, baby

Lyrics submitted by PubliusEnigma

Dieter Meyers Inst. song meanings
Add Your Thoughts

1 Comment

sort form View by:
  • 0
    General Comment
    Admit me to your wing Admit me to the clinic I am sure I am mad They took everything I had Admit me, admit me to the clinic For I will never get back all that was It became like you told It became like you said Now you won't ever see me again And you were never mine But I am forever yours Admit me Doctor, tell the world I am sick You are my patron Give me a stamp at Dieter Meyers Institution And admit me I can't control weather I am awake or sleeping Rules upon rules proceeding in my head There you see, this is how it goes Look what has become of me No one no longer remembers me Give me back a piece of me Always take careful steps I'm half a man and it makes an impression You are my savior Thank you for your donation I must be admitted to Dieter Meyers Institusjon "Repeat from the beginning" A tale of someone voulenterily admitting themselves to a mental institution, possibly having gone mad from loosing a loved one (I am forever yours).
    Tarciryanon April 11, 2009   Link

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

More Featured Meanings

Album art
Trouble Breathing
Alkaline Trio
While the obvious connections with suicide or alcoholism could be drawn easily, more subtly this song could be about someone who views the world through a negative lens constantly and how as much as the writer tries to show the beauty in the world, this person refuses to see it. It's one or another between the rope and the bottle. There is no good option for this person. They can't see it. Skiba sings it in a kind of exasperated way like He's tired of hearing this negative view constantly and just allowing that person to continue feeling the way they feel knowing he can't do anything about it. You can hear it when he says maybe you're a vampire.
Album art
Another Love
Tom Odell
I think the meaning is pretty clear. This person got really burned in a previous relationship, and because of this is unable to love and show care in his present one, even though he so badly wants to. It's lovely song, and very sad. You can really feel how defeated and frustrated he is with himself.
Album art
Mad Hatter
Avenged Sevenfold
Matt Shadows their lead singer says the song was written as per request from the developers of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. Watching the initial trailers for the game & looking at production sketches reminded him of the 'S-Town' podcast & its main protagonist, John B. McLemore. Matt also comments specifically on the lyrics: "I decided that the lyrics would shadow McLemore's life." In 2012, antiquarian horologist John B. McLemore sent an email to the staff of the show 'This American Life' asking them to investigate an alleged murder in his hometown of Woodstock, Alabama, a place McLemore claimed to despise. After a year of exchanging emails & several months of conversation with McLemore, producer Brian Reed traveled to Woodstock to investigate. Reed investigated the crime & eventually found that no such murder took place, though he struck up a friendship with the depressed but colorful character of McLemore. He recorded conversations with McLemore & other people in Woodstock. McLemore killed himself by drinking potassium cyanide on June 22, 2015 while the podcast was still in production. In the narrative of the podcast, this occurs at the end of the second episode; subsequent episodes deal with the fallout from McLemore's death while exploring more of McLemore's life & character.
Album art
slowthai & A$AP Rocky
This track is the first official collaboration between the rappers. It was produced by SAMO, slowthai himself & Kwes Darko. The track was released on January 5, 2021, in anticipation of his latest studio album titled "TYRON".
Album art
Up 2020
Uncle Murda
This standout song of the rapper's latest studio album titled "Don’t Come Outside, Vol. 3" was produced by Great John. The track was released via major streaming platforms on January 1, 2021.