Things are too easy Here in this house I'm not afraid, I'm too tired No need to be let out. I'm fed and I'm washed Bathed to the bone The people here watch me They wont leave me alone. I'm shedding my clothing He's touching my chest I need to be leaving Can't seem to get rest. I want something else though Outside it's too cold You wanted to see me Stripped, defiant, head low. I said no but they told me I had to say yes, the therapist scolded me, I would not confess. I slept in a room where The light wouldn't come In the corner I wept for At least just someone. He laughed when I lay there Alone in my room He took off my gown and Said I wasn't even human. They said I was low class, An ignorant child She wanted me to be less Catatonic, less resolved, I slept in the basement I slept on the floor I wanted a friend but Bent down on all fours Just one little pill will Give you your dignity but ...We're no longer helping her Now give me back my sanity.