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Turn Up The Volume

(The fourteenth song in the “Pushing Up Daisies” album by Kerry Powers.)

So
I had a bad week, full of ugliness and discouragement. I need to find a
way to throw that unneeded pain away. Even though I don’t leave to go
out, I just can’t stay at home. So I turn on the radio and this song
starts to play…

And when I turned the music on, every
problem I had began to disappear. And when I began to dance, all I could
feel was happiness…

So let’s turn up the volume and party the night
away; let’s turn up the volume and party the night away. Let’s turn up
the volume and party the night away; let’s turn up the volume and party
the night away…

What do you know? Something magical must be in the air, because I hear laughter everywhere. Every person I tried to avoid was dancing to the music I played, which somehow made everything OK…

And when I turned the music on,
every problem I had began to disappear. And when I began to dance, all I
could feel was happiness…

So let’s turn up the
volume and party the night away; let’s turn up the volume and party the
night away. Let’s turn up the volume and party the night away; let’s
turn up the volume and party the night away…

So let’s turn up the
volume and party the night away; let’s turn up the volume and party the
night away. Let’s turn up the volume and party the night away; let’s
turn up the volume and party the night away…

Late Night Madness

(The thirteenth song in the “Pushing Up Daisies” album by Kerry Powers.)

It’s late at night once again, and while everyone else is in bed, I’m
sitting up, as I can’t sleep. My mind refuses to shut down and I begin to wonder will I ever get the decent sleep that I need…

I don’t know about you, but I’m so tired of the late night madness. My
thoughts are keeping me up all night, and I don’t know if this madness
will ever end. It’s already bad enough that people think there’s
something wrong with me, so I don’t need this late night madness, so
can it go away?

The hours crawl slowly, but I can’t see the Sandman. Yet I can think about all the awkward things I did five years ago. Sometimes I wonder, am I going mad? But if I have to have another sleepless night, I will most certainly go mad…

I don’t know about you, but I’m so tired of the late night madness. My
thoughts are keeping me up all night, and I don’t know if this madness
will ever end. It’s already bad enough that people think there’s
something wrong with me, so I don’t need this late night madness, so
can it go away?

It’s late at night once again, and while everyone else is in bed, I’m
sitting up, as I can’t sleep. My mind refuses to shut down and I begin to
wonder what is wrong with me?

I don’t know about you, but I’m so tired of the late night madness. My
thoughts are keeping me up all night, and I don’t know if this madness
will ever end. It’s already bad enough that people think there’s
something wrong with me, so I don’t need this late night madness, so
can it go away?

I don’t know about you, but I’m so tired of the late night madness. My
thoughts are keeping me up all night, and I don’t know if this madness
will ever end. It’s already bad enough that people think there’s
something wrong with me, so I don’t need this late night madness, so
can it go away?