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Bipolar Schizophrenic

from No Man Band by Rachel Ammons

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it's about someone i knew who was trying to excuse the abuse and death of their child due to the fact they had a bipolar schizophrenic diagnosis

voices were not telling them to neglect their child to engage in questionable activities and voices didn't tell them to cunningly lie to everyone in their life for their own gain. if so, pretty convenient that the voices were telling her what she wanted to do anyway.

most schizophrenic/bipolar people are good people. these disorders have been wrongfully stigmatized already. mental disorders imply neither good nor evil nature and cannot be used as an excuse for doing wrong when you know it ain't right.


Every day
Every day, every day
without you
is wonderful
And everything
Everything without you is
I could go on and on
and on and on and on
and on and on and on
You twist the truth
so crazily
it’s plain to see
that you don’t care for right
or wrong
You’re like a greedy evil
Global corporation’s
make decisions
For your hidden reason
Special interest influences
But you’re bipolar schizophrenic
you get sick you get manic
and the voices tell you to do
what you want to
And if I went
back in time
I would tell all my friends
To kidnap me in my sleep
and make sure we never met
I remember the day
that your Quiet ex
sent me pictures
of Your Oklahoma mugshot
On the internet
There was an article
and from What it said
you were on parole
Implicated in your baby’s death
I couldn’t believe what I was
Hearin’ when
you went and Blamed it all
on your evil twin
You tried to convince me
with a Facebook page
there was just One fuzzy photo
and the friends
Were all from different states
You do what you want to
Oh im so relieved
I can breathe again
I forgot To mention
im so glad
you’re In detention
Now I don’t have to deal with you
I got all the powers to
You got all the powers to
do what You want to


from No Man Band, released February 28, 2020


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Rachel Ammons Arkansas

Rachel Ammons is rooted in the most primitive and raw beginnings of the Blues but constantly explores new sounds with her own soulful interpretation.

Her performances are frequently improvisational, and share an uncontrived emotionality best experienced live. During sets, which can stretch to 3 hours, she follows one rule above all: Play What You Feel.
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