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Paranoia - Klaatu

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Paranoia Lyrics

Oooh lately when I'm talking I've been talking to myself
My friends say they don't notice but they do 'cause I can tell
I wake up mad every morning and I go to bed mad at night
My mind ain't functioning poorly but it sure ain't feeling right
No it sure ain't feeling right(chorus)
I feel you creeping through my soul yeah
I feel you taking complete control oh
You got me running all the time paranoia
Oh what a pitiful state of mindI went to see my doctor I told him I'd been feeling blue
He shook his head and simply said ain't nothing he could do
Well my head aches with apprehension 'til I can't take any more pain
If I don't get some attention soon I think I'll go insane
Yes I think I'll go insane(chorus)Don't know how long I've been this way
My mind is so confused

It seems the whole world's after me
No matter what I doNo I can't remember when it's ever been this bad
But lately I've had feelings that I never knew I had
Delusions of persecution haunt me
My one companion is fear
And there's always someone behind me when I check my rear view mirror
I'd better check my rear view mirror(chorus)

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Klaatu was a Canadian progressive rock band formed in 1973 and disbanded in 1982. Members John Woloschuk, Dee Long and Terry Draper lived in Toronto. They released five studio albums, the most famous of which is the 1976 debut 3:47 EST (AKA Klaatu), which, due to a rumor started by a DJ, was believed by some to be a front for new work by The Beatles. The album's artwork contained no credits for the performers, and there were at times vocal similarities with Lennon and McCartney. That album's song "Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft" became a hit when covered by Carpenters.

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