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The Freudian Psychoanalytic Theory
When we accidentally kill a deer,
We look at the thing as if it's so mere.
It's animal, we're human, isn't it clear?
Well it's not, some say, some think, some fear.
One man who studied psychiatry,
Claimed that he had figured out our psyche,
There's three parts to it, says his theory.
It's in you, in me, your family.
There's the Id, your instincts, your animal.
In this time period, it tends to be dull.
The thing mattering most to you is you, you know!
That he called the Ego.
That part that preaches that you know you can,
Is the Super Ego; what makes us human.
But which is which? I wonder, I ask.
Which pushes us to complete a task?
Which makes us run away?
That, well, I can't really say.
I'll just do what I do and go with the flow.
Who I am, I live, I speak, I know.