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There's a world where I can go
And tell my secrets to
In my room
In my room

In this world I lock out
All my worries and my fears
In my room
In my room

Do my dreaming and my scheming lie awake and pray
Do my crying and my sighing laugh at yesterday

Now it's dark and I'm alone
But I won't be afraid
In my room
In my room
In my room
In my room
In my room
In my room
In my room



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    In the music industry, Schedules are fast-paced, & travel is constant to support the flow of recordings that keep the money flowing in-â€"-There are constant monetary demands from production, to road crews, stage hands, security, studio crews, etc. The performer must keep going to meet those demands, & the people that are responsible to support & protect them, are often the ones procuring the cocaine to keep them going. If they get any sleep at all, it has to be on the road, or at home between bookings(if they are so lucky to have any time between bookings) Whenever he could, Brian would isolate himself, because he could not keep up with the enormous pressures of fame. His entire family feel victim to the constant pressures of the negative aspects fame often brings. Money alone, cannot replace personal solitude harmony & privacy!

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