You Beautiful Rainbow

by Brent Gorton

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You're going to lose it, forcing topics no one knows about. You can't control it, so why not bring everyone else down? Meeting people's eyes is painful, being seen is unbearable, You'd do anything to not be here and wish you could turn invisible. You can't control it- That nagging feeling that something is wrong. Always contorted to fit in somewhere you don't belong. Shield yourself with feeble jokes and stupid jokes that no one understands....It's OK, man. We Love You!
Late at night I get thinking, no matter how much I've been drinking those terrible thoughts come back to me. I feel sorry for anyone who ever knew me. The past is a terrible thing. Memory must serve its function, locking you away in its dungeon. To everyone that I ever met, I've something that I regret. The past is a terrible thing. Don't let it close your eyes. You can try to un-make it, but there's no way to ever change it. The truth is, I'm living in terror and hating myself more than ever. The past is a terrible thing. One day you'll find out I'm dead. Is that a good day for you? And all the things I should have said died with me, too. Is that OK? Don't let it close your eyes.


Hi, everyone! How are you doing today?

Here are a couple of songs--- The first one is about anxiety and the second song is about depression. Put them together and what does that spell? Nothing great. Every day can be a struggle, but help is out there. Don't face mental health issues alone!

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

This recording is free, but please make a donation to a worthwhile cause. Below is a suggestion. Thanks!
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention - Capital District Chapter


released October 13, 2021

All songs written, performed, and recorded by Brent.
Cover art by Hazel G.


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Brent Gorton Albany, New York

weirdo pop for loners & losers.

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