I'm beginning to hear voices and there's no one around Well, I'm all used up and the fields have turned brown I went to church on Sunday and she passed by My love for her is taking such a long time to die
I'm waist deep, waist deep in the mist It's almost like, almost like I don't exist I'm twenty miles out of town, in cold irons bound
The walls of pride are high and wide Can't see over to the other side It's such a sad thing to see beauty decay It's sadder still, to feel your heart torn away
One look at you and I'm out of control Like the universe has swallowed me whole I'm twenty miles out of town in Cold irons bound
There's too many people, too many to recall I thought some of 'm were friends of mine; I was wrong about 'm all Well, the road is rocky and the hillside's mud Up over my head nothing but clouds of blood
I found my world, found my world in you But your love just hasn't proved true I'm twenty miles out of town in cold i…
We end today’s program with a look at how illness is used, manipulated, and in some instances created by pharmaceutical companies to make greater profits. This is an excerpt of the new documentary “Big Bucks, Big Pharma: Marketing Disease & Pushing Drugs.” It was produced by the Media Education Foundation.