Barstool Prophets:Paranoia

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Artist: Barstool Prophets
Albums: Crank (1995)

Sometimes I feel like a fish out of water
Well, uh, I can't breathe and I can't see straight
My hands are clammy and my head is spinning dizzy
I think it has to do with something that I ate
The government is putting poison in my coffee
So they can hunt me, mount my head up like a trophy

Sometimes at night I get a feeling that I'm not alone
I see things moving in the corner of my eye
But when I turn to look that something always disappears
And I am left with wetness running down my thigh
Somebody's watching, waiting, hiding in the shadows
Some little Hitler with his band of crazy psychos
Intent on my demise

When I'm with friends I have to keep this cool demeaner
I musn't let them see the doubt upon my face
You see my friends have been replaced by clever doubles
Who are members of a spawn that come from deep dark outer space
They're body snatchers, life is imitating art now
And Donald Sutherland, I guess I'm playing his part now
That everyone is out to get me

If paranoia is the result of simply knowing the truth
Then how I feel could become paranoia
I could prove these things if I could dig up the proof
It's a good thing my cousin's brother's a lawyer

Nothing quite like
There's no stopping
When you're gripped with
Nothing rhymes with

No, no, no, no
Here we go again