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The Psychological Effects

By Bruce Clifford

The psychological effects on me
The burning desire of what used to be
We made the best fight hidden under the ledge
We turned over all the pieces and this is what we said

Who likes things done that way
Who likes the way things turned over again
Who likes things done that way
Who likes the way I can get into your head

The psychological effects are breaking down the wall
Eliminated regrets as you're headed for the fall
We aimed for the purity and came up with the fame
The psychological effects will never be the same

It's hard to tell who I really am
There are many others like me living out this plan
If you try to uncover you will only see
I'm one in a million faces, and this is how it has to be

2/8/08 Bruce Clifford

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