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Relax
You're quite safe here

Am I dreaming? No
Where am I? in bed
Well, what am I doing?
Oh, talking to myself

Look, I must have a star on my door
Or better still a door-a doo-a door
Ah, swing doors up
Okay doors, swing

Paranoimia
Swing
Paranoimia
Swing

Now I know I'm dreaming
Dreaming, dreaming
Dreaming, dreaming, dreaming
Hmm, how do I get to sleep?

I know, I'll count
Those bars on the window
One, two, three, sleep

Paranoimia, paranoimia
Paranoimia, paranoimia

How do I get?
How do I get to sleep?
Please let me sleep?
Poetry, that'll work

Come, sweet slumber
Enshroud me in thy purple cloak
Hmm, doesn't even rhyme

Is that my tea's made
Paranoimia, paranoi

I can't stand tea
Tea, tea, tea, tea

Paranoimia, paranoimia

Ah, Happy Harry's High Club
How do I, how am I
Gonna get to sleep?

Trust me, trust me



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  • U
    UnregisteredApr 17, 2012 at 2:11 am
    The protagonist of the song is max. He is an ai (artificial intelligence) so he does not need to sleep. Paranoimia is the mix of the words paranoia (a persecutory delusion) and insomnia (unable to sleep) meaning max is having a delusion of the need to sleep.

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