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Has time stopped
Or is it going really slow
I'll never tell them
What I really know

It's far too hard
This line I've got tow
Is it time for asylum blues to show
And whadda they
And whadda they
And whadda they want to know
And whadda they
And whadda they
And whadda they really know?
Nooooo!



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    alexthomasdavisFeb 24, 2014 at 11:28 am
    This song is about being in an asylum. I will take my chances and not mention a thing, of what I've been through and what I've experienced. I can't take the risk of them locking me up forever! Unfortunately not speaking also has a negative effect! What do they want to know? What do doctors really know? Nothing really

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