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Siddharth Shah

Rookie (11 July 1993)

Head Frenzy


Head frenzy! Head frenzy!
Coloring through the brain
Noises are coming anyway
What's with this time?
Tunneling your way behind
Sounds moving over again

Head frenzy! Head frenzy!
Brains all about craze
Confusion's entering the maze
Darkness of experiences within
Time is in the presentin'
Tangled in the wave notion

Head frenzy! Head frenzy!
What seems to be true
The pathway's backwards
Pain's growing in your brains
No ones helping out again
Concsious is out raging
The downfall is in fears
Your eyes all falling away

Oh no..
Head frenzy! Head frenzy!
This world's too much
An enclosed slave as such
Mind is too small
To comprehend this all

Head frenzy! head frenzy!
This is what is needed
The karma's presented
You're led trippy red

Head frenzy! Head frenzy!

Submitted: Wednesday, October 24, 2012

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