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Suicide Medicine

This song is by Rocky Votolato and appears on the album Suicide Medicine (2003).

A brain that never stops ticking,
Sometimes an on-off switch would sure come in handy
A mind that's constantly cutting up and dissecting,
Looking for answers, committing murders along the way

Is it the red wire, or the blue wire
Just pick one and cut, it just doesn't matter anymore
Or did it ever, 'cause I could never control
When the bomb would explode
Oh god I love you, I mean forever
I left my body behind to break the news
Looks like it's over, please remember
All of the things I never got a chance to say
Like you look smashing in your fourth grade picture,
The one that we hung by the door,
In our house that was so beautiful
Yeah, here in our little home

If this medication upsets your stomach,
Take it with crackers, bread, or a small meal
We understand it won't do shit towards a cure
But if you buy this, I promise you're gonna like
The way it makes you feel

Is it the red wire, or the blue wire
Just pick one and cut, it just doesn't matter anymore
Or did it ever, 'cause I could never control
When the bomb would explode
Oh god I love you, I mean forever
I left my body behind to break the news
Looks like it's over, please remember
All of the things I never got a chance to say
Like you look smashing in your fourth grade picture,
The one that we hung by the door,
In our house that was so beautiful
Yeah, here in our little home
Our little home, nobody knows,
Our little home, nobody knows what goes on
Our little home

Written by:

Rocky Votolato

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