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Lutenissa



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PostPosted: Sat Apr 27, 2013 11:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Shattered in a lonely dream
Her heart torn in the seam
Desperate cries fill the air
Not just her in despair
Fate destroys her destiny
Only wish...to be free
Helpless, she cannot see
The treachery
Shhh...don't make a peep
As she falls in a dizzy yeep
An egg left behind
A story yet untwined
The mother set to die
Her egg full of fright
Will he someday see?
No one knows but he
Only to fill a prophecy
Who knows what it may be?
As fire churns in the sky
The villan spares thy
egg that seems to glow
Like an iredescent bulb
Pools of beauty
Pools of fright
Fill the lonely night
A night that stands for all to come
And an owl who declares peace is won
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CommanderEVE



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PostPosted: Sun Apr 28, 2013 6:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pink Floyd - Another brick in the Wall (Part 1)

Daddy's flown across the ocean
Leaving just a memory
A snapshot in the family album
Daddy, what else did you leave for me?
Dad, what you leave behind for me?

All in all it was just a brick in the wall
All in all it was all just bricks in the wall


Pink Floyd is a band of geniuses.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 28, 2013 11:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

CommanderEVE wrote:
Pink Floyd - Another brick in the Wall (Part 1)

Daddy's flown across the ocean
Leaving just a memory
A snapshot in the family album
Daddy, what else did you leave for me?
Dad, what you leave behind for me?

All in all it was just a brick in the wall
All in all it was all just bricks in the wall


Pink Floyd is a band of geniuses.
I more than agree, that album and its movie helped me to get through clinical depression.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 28, 2013 6:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You're never going to feel as full as we felt
So let's go outside and we'll play William Tell
Taking your time drawing a bead
I'll stand as still as you need
'Cause you're so good at talking smack, you heart attack
But you're the apple of my eye anyway

The smile on your face,
It's on your plate
It's on a silver plate

So they say,
They say in heaven
There's no husbands and wives
On the day that I show up
They'll be completely out
Of their forgiveness supplies
And I can't use the telephone
To tell you that I'm dead and gone
So you won't know
You won't know
You won't know


"You Won't Know" - Brand New
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 28, 2013 7:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Gyfore wrote:
CommanderEVE wrote:
Pink Floyd - Another brick in the Wall (Part 1)

Daddy's flown across the ocean
Leaving just a memory
A snapshot in the family album
Daddy, what else did you leave for me?
Dad, what you leave behind for me?

All in all it was just a brick in the wall
All in all it was all just bricks in the wall


Pink Floyd is a band of geniuses.
I more than agree, that album and its movie helped me to get through clinical depression.


Interesting, I have also been through deep depression and I haven't been the same since. Was it because you realized that most things are ‘just another brick in a wall’? Also, my favouite songs by them are 'Sorrow' and 'Yet Another Movie / Round and Around'.

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Metallica - Welcome Home

Welcome to where time stands still
no one leaves and no one will
Moon is full, never seems to change
just labeled mentally deranged
Dream the same thing every night
I see our freedom in my sight
No locked doors, No windows barred
No things to make my brain seem scarred
Sleep my friend and you will see
that dream is my reality
They keep me locked up in this cage
can't they see it's why my brain says Rage
Sanitarium, leave me be
Sanitarium, just leave me alone
Build my fear of what's out there
and cannot breathe the open air
Whisper things into my brain
assuring me that I'm insane
They think our heads are in their hands
but violent use brings violent plans
Keep him tied, it makes him well
he's getting better, can't you tell?
No more can they keep us in
Listen damn it ,we will win
They see it right, they see it well
but they think this saves us from our hell!
Sanitarium, leave me be
Sanitarium, just leave me alone
Sanitarium, just leave me alone
Fear of living on
natives getting restless now
Mutiny in the air
got some death to do
Mirror stares back hard
Kill it's such a friendly word
seems the only way
for reaching out again.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 30, 2013 9:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

CommanderEVE wrote:
Interesting, I have also been through deep depression and I haven't been the same since. Was it because you realized that most things are ‘just another brick in a wall’?
It made me actually want to take control of my life. Also I empathized with the general...weirdness of it because at the time I'd have auditory and visual hallucinations and random, rushing thoughts that they mimicked really well (The looped phrases like "Wrong, do it again!/time to go/are you feeling okay?" were similar to the more sensible/coherent things I'd hear.) It all really seems trivial and pathetic now, but when I first truly discovered The Wall I was at my lowest point of depression and paranoia, so just the fact that it was something I could relate to was important to me.
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PostPosted: Wed May 01, 2013 4:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Gyfore wrote:
CommanderEVE wrote:
Interesting, I have also been through deep depression and I haven't been the same since. Was it because you realized that most things are ‘just another brick in a wall’?
It made me actually want to take control of my life. Also I empathized with the general...weirdness of it because at the time I'd have auditory and visual hallucinations and random, rushing thoughts that they mimicked really well (The looped phrases like "Wrong, do it again!/time to go/are you feeling okay?" were similar to the more sensible/coherent things I'd hear.) It all really seems trivial and pathetic now, but when I first truly discovered The Wall I was at my lowest point of depression and paranoia, so just the fact that it was something I could relate to was important to me.


That is good things got better for you, and I am glad. Because I too went through with the auditory and visual hallucinations, not so much the auditory though. I just remember freaking out in class thinking my head was turning into a monsters' a few times which freaked everyone else out until I had to tell someone about it, I told the music teacher in the end, Miss Packer as she was the only one who understood and did not judge me. She asked me if I was taken any drugs, and I hadn't, as I have never touched drugs.

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Ozzy Osbourne - Killer of giants

If none of us believe in war
Then can you tell me what the weapon's for
Listen to me everyone
If the button is pushed
There'll be nowhere to run

Giants sleeping giants winning wars
Within their dreams
Till they wake when it's too late
And in god's name blaspheme

Killer of giants threatens us all
Mountains of madness standing so tall
Marches of protest not stopping the war
Or the killer of giants
The killer of giants

Mother nature people state your case without its worth
Your seas run dry your sleepless eyes are turning red alert

Killer of giants threatens us all
Mountains of madness standing so tall
Rising so proudly it has nowhere to fall
This killer of giants
This killer of giants

Killer of giants threatens us all
Mountains of madness standing so tall
Marches of protest not stopping the war
Oh the killer of giants
Oh the killer of giants
Killer of giants
Killer of giants
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PostPosted: Wed May 01, 2013 6:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The cars crawl past all stuffed with eyes
Street lights share their hollow glow
Your brain seems bruised with numb surprise
Still one place to go
Still one place to go

Let me sleep all night in your soul kitchen
Warm my mind near your gentle stove
Turn me out and I'll wander baby
Stumblin' in the neon groves

Well, your fingers weave quick minarets
Speak in secret alphabets
I light another cigarette
Learn to forget, learn to forget
Learn to forget, learn to forget


"Soul Kitchen" - The Doors
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