"Paranoia in B-Flat Major" is a song by The Avett Brothers that appears on their 2007 album Emotionalism. The song features Scott Avett and lead vocals and banjo, Seth Avett on lead vocals and piano, and Bob Crawford on upright bass, with either Scott or Seth on drums.
I keep tellin' myself that it'll be fine
You can't make everybody happy all of the time
I found myself in a place that I never been
A place that I thought that I would never be
There's people looking back at me
I keep having this dream; I'm at a party
There's people throwing drinks and screaming telling me that I don't belong
Lately life's been the same I find this comfortable place
With all my friends then my friends start telling me that I've always been wrong
And I'm so tired of being wrong
There was a time I could move there was a time I could breathe
The crowded spaces filled with angry faces
It didn't once cross my mind
With paranoia on my heels; Will you love me still
when we awake and you find that the sanity has gone from my eyes?
I got secrets from you, you got secrets from me
Because you're so worried about what I'm gonna to think,
Baby I'm worried too
But if love is a game, girl, then you're gonna win
I'll spend the rest of my life bringing victory in
If you want me to
1. "Die Die Die"
3. "Paranoia in B-Flat Major"
4. "The Weight of Lies"
5. "Will You Return?"
6. "The Ballad of Love and Hate"
8. "Pretty Girl from Chile"
9. "All My Mistakes"