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25th Sep '16 12:39:18 PM MrTambourineMan
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** Similarly, "Veins" is about a man who has blackouts and thinks that he kills people.
16th Sep '16 3:26:14 PM StFan
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-->--'''Music/{{Disturbed}}''', "Perfect Insanity"

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-->--'''Music/{{Disturbed}}''', -->-- '''Music/{{Disturbed}}''', "Perfect Insanity"



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* "Let The Monster Rise," "Legal Assassin," "Night Surgeon," and "Thankless Job" from ''Film/RepoTheGeneticOpera''. (So almost everything Nathan Wallace or [[spoiler:Repo Man]] sings.)

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* "Let The Monster Rise," "Legal Assassin," "Night Surgeon," and "Thankless Job" from ''Film/RepoTheGeneticOpera''. (So almost everything Nathan Wallace or [[spoiler:Repo Man]] sings.)
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** And "Tu vas me détruire" [[note]]French for "You'll destroy me"[[/note]] in the French musical of the same book (''Theatre/NotreDameDeParis''.)
* ''Film/MuppetTreasureIsland'' has a big set piece number called Cabin Fever when the ship is becalmed and the crew go a bit bonkers. [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment As soon as the song ends, however, everything goes back to normal]].
* "How Bad Can I Be?" in ''WesternAnimation/TheLorax'' begins with The Once-ler innocently asking how growing his business is a bad thing... and ends with him shouting the lyric with a [[SlasherSmile deranged grin]] as a challenge as he obliterates the forest.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheLorax'':
** And "Tu vas me détruire" [[note]]French for "You'll destroy me"[[/note]] in the French musical of the same book (''Theatre/NotreDameDeParis''.)
* ''Film/MuppetTreasureIsland'' has a big set piece number called Cabin Fever when the ship is becalmed and the crew go a bit bonkers. [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment As soon as the song ends, however, everything goes back to normal]].
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"How Bad Can I Be?" in ''WesternAnimation/TheLorax'' in begins with The Once-ler innocently asking how growing his business is a bad thing... and ends with him shouting the lyric with a [[SlasherSmile deranged grin]] as a challenge as he obliterates the forest.



* The "Que sera, Que sera" sequence from MaryAndMax.

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* The "Que sera, Que sera" sequence from MaryAndMax.''WesternAnimation/MaryAndMax''.



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* "Let The Monster Rise," "Legal Assassin," "Night Surgeon," and "Thankless Job" from ''Film/RepoTheGeneticOpera''. (So almost everything Nathan Wallace or [[spoiler:Repo Man]] sings.)
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--> '''Monster:''' And on the outside... I'm very ''calm''... (Beat) AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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--> '''Monster:''' -->'''Monster:''' And on the outside... I'm very ''calm''... (Beat) AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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* ''Film/MuppetTreasureIsland'' has a big set piece number called Cabin Fever when the ship is becalmed and the crew go a bit bonkers. [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment As soon as the song ends, however, everything goes back to normal]].
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* "Tu vas me détruire" [[note]]French for "You'll destroy me"[[/note]] in the French musical ''Theatre/NotreDameDeParis''.



* "Mr. Andrews' Vision" from 'Titanic: {{The Musical}}', where the ship's builder, Mr. Andrews, [[spoiler: suffers a nervous breakdown as he realizes that the compromises he made in his design to accommodate the first class are the reason the 'Titanic' is doomed. As the ship sinks, he frantically redesigns his blueprints until he breaks off, visualizing the final moments of those who are left aboard the ship]]. As the song ends, [[spoiler: he is crushed to death by a piece of heavy furniture]].

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* "Mr. Andrews' Vision" from 'Titanic: {{The Musical}}', ''Titanic: TheMusical'', where the ship's builder, Mr. Andrews, [[spoiler: suffers a nervous breakdown as he realizes that the compromises he made in his design to accommodate the first class are the reason the 'Titanic' is doomed. As the ship sinks, he frantically redesigns his blueprints until he breaks off, visualizing the final moments of those who are left aboard the ship]]. As the song ends, [[spoiler: he is crushed to death by a piece of heavy furniture]].



* A downplayed version in ''{{Hamilton}}'': Alexander briefly freaks out during "The World Was Wide Enough" [[spoiler:(to be fair, dying will do that to you)]], [[MadnessMantra repeating "rise up, rise up" over and over]], but gets it back together for his final lines.

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* * ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}'':
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A downplayed version in ''{{Hamilton}}'': in: Alexander briefly freaks out during "The World Was Wide Enough" [[spoiler:(to be fair, dying will do that to you)]], [[MadnessMantra repeating "rise up, rise up" over and over]], but gets it back together for his final lines.



--> I had only one thought before the slaughter:
--> This man will not make an orphan of my daughter!

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--> I --->''I had only one thought before the slaughter:
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slaughter:\\
This man will not make an orphan of my daughter!daughter!''
5th Aug '16 8:12:35 AM JamesShade
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* The favorite topic of Music/{{Suffocation}}, to the point that it's easier to list their songs that ''don't'' involve the protagonist mentally disintegrating than it is the ones that do. Given [[DeathMetal their genre]], said meltdowns frequently end in violence.
21st Jun '16 11:50:03 AM gewunomox
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* OingoBoingo was ''built'' on this trope.

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* OingoBoingo Music/OingoBoingo was ''built'' on this trope.
16th Jun '16 7:36:10 PM CassandraLeo
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** "Jugband Blues" by Floyd's original front man Syd Barrett. Who actually ''did'' have mental issues, likely brought on or at least exacerbated by drug use.

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** "Jugband Blues" by Floyd's original front man Syd Barrett. Music/SydBarrett. Who actually ''did'' have mental issues, likely brought on or at least exacerbated by drug use.use.
*** Much of Barrett's output provides examples of this trope, both from his tenure in Pink Floyd and as a solo artist. Some of his examples with Floyd, such as "Vegetable Man" and "Scream Thy Last Scream (Old Woman with a Casket)", to this day haven't been officially released as his bandmates feel they are too voyeuristic, though they are available on [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes bootlegs]].



* "Am I Going Insane" by Music/BlackSabbath. And while we're on the subject, how can we possibly forget "Paranoid"?

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* "Am I Going Insane" Insane (Radio)" by Music/BlackSabbath. And while we're on the subject, how can we possibly forget "Paranoid"?



* "Inmate's Lullaby" - Gentle Giant

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* "Inmate's Lullaby" - Gentle GiantMusic/GentleGiant
6th Jun '16 6:49:00 PM kataangluvr
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* Frollo's song in the stage show for ''Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''. Unlike the Disney version where he declares that he will have Esmeralda for himself or kill her so that no one else will, the stage Frollo goes into how deep his obsession runs. He knows as a man of God that it's forbidden for him to form a relationship with a woman. However, he feels something for Esmeralda that he never felt before and it's driving him insane. Like the title suggests ("Tu Vas Me Detruire"/"Your Love Will Kill Me"), he's worried that his feelings towards Esmeralda will be the death of him.
6th May '16 11:10:23 AM AnnieLeonhardts
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** It's played straight in the same song for Aaron Burr, who becomes more and more irrational with each line, until he eventually [[spoiler: shoots Hamilton in a rage.]]
--> I had only one thought before the slaughter:
--> This man will not make an orphan of my daughter!
26th Apr '16 4:15:24 AM aye_amber
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* Pick a {{Foetus}} song. '''[[MadArtist Any Foetus song]]'''.

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* Pick a {{Foetus}} ''Foetus'' song. '''[[MadArtist Any Foetus song]]'''.song.]]'''
31st Mar '16 2:46:37 PM aye_amber
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* Almost all of the songs on "Music/MiseryLovesMe"'s debut album Amnesia, but "Endless Night" is a noteable example for being the song which literally showcases the process of the main character slowly falling into insanity, and even fetures a different voice for her dark thoughts.Also, theres alot of screaming.

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* Almost all of the songs on "Music/MiseryLovesMe"'s ''Misery Loves Me'''s debut album Amnesia, ''Amnesia,'' but "Endless Night" is a noteable notable example for being the song which literally showcases the process of the main character slowly falling into insanity, and even fetures a different voice for her dark thoughts.thoughts. Also, theres alot there's a lot of screaming. screaming:
24th Mar '16 4:17:15 AM Andyroid
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* "Absolutely Bill's Mood" - Music/TheyMightBeGiants

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* "Absolutely Bill's Mood" and "Apophenia" - Music/TheyMightBeGiants
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