manic depression – Jimi Hendrix


Ever tried listening to Jimi Hendrix here and substituting the words “bipolar mood disorder”? – it just doesn’t have a soul.

Manic depression is touching my soul
I know what I want but I just don’t know
How to, go about gettin’ it
Feeling sweet feeling,
Drops from my fingers, fingers
Manic depression is catchin’ my soul

Woman so weary, the sweet cause in vain
You make love, you break love
It’s all the same
When it’s, when it’s over, mama
Music, sweet music
I wish I could caress, caress, caress
Manic depression is a frustrating mess

Well, I think I’ll go turn myself off,
And go on down
All the way down
Really ain’t no use in me hanging around
In your kinda scene

Music, sweet music
I wish I could caress, caress, caress
Manic depression is a frustrating mess

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3 Responses to manic depression – Jimi Hendrix

  1. He was really “out there” – unlike some of us who worry about what others might think, and other neurotic tendencies…. 😦

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  2. now this man had talent and soul

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