This one still remains my favourite. It's like Fight Like A Girl's "Liar".
Strong and powerful song with a intimately touching message.
And EA was interviewed by Lords of Metal a while ago, in where she spoke about her time in the psych ward and her medication. She said:
You don’t really know about what you’re getting, it’s all about sedating you and experimenting with drugs. All of these things have lasting effects. My brain doesn’t even work the same as before, because I was given drugs that they didn’t know the effect of. I don’t process memories in the same way, and later I found out it was the amnesia drug. I don’t know the proper name for it, but they were trying to erase the memories of bad things that happened to me while being locked up against my will. They were trying to erase everything so that I wouldn’t go out and talk about things that happened there. The sad part is, it didn’t erase anything. It changed how I process memories from then on.
Also she's added to that in some other interview (I can't remember to god in which one, I've been reading so many EA interviews lately that I get all confused..) that she actually experienced such acts as nurses watching her to swallow some experimental, non-tested drugs which could cause some serious side-effects.
Those which of course the medication companies deny ever existing and blaming everyone liar and mad who dares to claim that there's these horrifing side-effects.
After reading up to some other people's stories about forced medication and such, I can really feel this anger and I feel like I get this song so much better.
And it makes it so much more meaningful, which itself brings more value to the song, for me, at least.