I could do without this head.
To take off and discard it.
I could cope without the multitude
running around my mind.
I could deal with having some space,
to spend a few and unwind.
I could sleep if I stopped the drugs I do.
I could talk if I was not worried to.
I could love if it would take away the pain.
I so could do without my brain.
Lets just flush it down the drain
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