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Head Full of Pictures

Jim Page
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2006
title track dell'album
Head Full of Pictures

Canzone sul PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) che affligge tanti veterani di guerra una volta tornati a casa.
I just came home with a head full of pictures
and I can't say, I can't say
they wake me up screamin' in the middle of the night
make 'em go away, make ‘em go away

And I might start drinkin' and I might not stop
I might cross over that line
I just want to get drunk and stay that way
all the time

I'm walkin' around with a head full of pictures
and you don't want to know, you don't want to know
hangin' right there in front of my face
everywhere I go, where I go

And I might start dopin' and I might not stop
I might cross over that line
I just want to get numb and stay that way
all the time

Nobody should have pictures in their head like I do
nobody should have pictures in their head like me
give ‘em back to the people that wanted this war
I don't want to see ‘em anymore

I'm livin' my life with a head full of pictures
from now on, from now on
and I can't make love to the world anymore
‘cause they're too strong, they're too strong

And I might get crazy and I might not stop
I might cross over that line
I might do somethin' I might regret
sometime

Who gave me this head full of pictures
well I think I know, I think I know
some big shot sittin' in a padded chair
where they monies all flow, monies all flow

And I might start thinkin' and I might get smart
I might cross over that line
I might do somethin' about it
sometime

Nobody should have pictures in their head like I do
nobody should have pictures in their head like me
give ‘em back to the people that wanted this war
I don't want to see ‘em anymore

2020/12/1 - 22:47



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