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Welcome Home (Sanitarium) por Metallica es parte del álbum "Master of Puppets" y viene en el género Hard Rock & Metal,General , Hard Rock & Metal,Hard Rock , Hard Rock & Metal,Thrash & Speed Metal , Pop,General , Rock,General. Fue puesto en libertad 30 Nov 1985 bajo la etiqueta de Elektra Records. Derechos de autor retenidas por 1986 E/M Ventures.

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Welcome to where time stands still
No one leaves and no one will
Moon is full, never seems to change
Just labeled mentally deranged
Dream the same thing every night
I see our freedom in my sight
No locked doors, no windows barred
No things to make my brain seem scarred

Bienvenido al lugar donde el tiempo se detiene
Nadie se va y nadie se
Hay luna llena, nunca parece cambiar
Rotulado mentalmente alienado
Sueño lo mismo cada noche
Veo la libertad en mi vista
No hay puertas cerradas, no hay ventanas abarrotadas
Nada para hacer que mi cerebro parezca cicatrizado


Sleep, my friend, and you will see
That dream is my reality
They keep me locked up in this cage
Can't they see it's why my brain says “rage”

Duerme, mi amigo, y verás
Ese sueño es mi realidad
Me mantienen atrapado en esta jaula
¿No pueden ver que es por eso que mi cerebro dice? rabia?


Sanitarium, leave me be
Sanitarium, just leave me alone

Sanatorio, déjame ser
Sanatorio, solo déjame en paz


Build my fear of what's out there
Cannot breathe the open air
Whisper things into my brain
Assuring me that I'm insane
They think our heads are in their hands
But violent use brings violent plans
Keep him tied, it makes him well
He's getting better, can't you tell?

Crear mi miedo a lo que hay
No se puede respirar el aire libre
Susurran cosas en mi cerebro
Asegurándome que estoy loco
Piensan que nuestras cabezas están en sus manos
Pero el uso violento causa planes violentos
Mantenlo atado, le hace bien
Está cada vez mejor, no te puedo decir?


No more can they keep us in
Listen, damn it, we will win
They see it right, they see it well
But they think this saves us from our hell

No más nos pueden mantener en
Escucha, maldición, ganaremos
Ellos lo ven correcto, lo ven bien
Pero creen que esto nos salva de nuestro infierno


Sanitarium, leave me be
Sanitarium, just leave me alone
Sanitarium, just leave me alone

Sanatorio, déjame ser
Sanatorio, solo déjame en paz
Sanatorio, solo déjame en paz


Fear of living on
Natives getting restless now
Mutiny in the air
Got some death to do
Mirror stares back hard
Kill, it's such a friendly word
Seems the only way
For reaching out again


El miedo de vivir en
Nativos poniéndose inquietos ahora
Motín en el aire
¿Tienes algo que ver la muerte
El espejo mira fijo tapa dura
Mata, es una palabra amigable
Parece que la única manera de
De alcanzar otra vez


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'Welcome Home (Sanitarium)' is the second single and fourth song from Metallica's 1986 album 'Master of Puppets'.

Keeping with the theme of powerlessness of 'Master of Puppets', the lyrics portray one being trapped in insanity, or perhaps trapped in a mental asylum. It begins slowly with harmonics, which eventually leads into the main riff followed by the bass guitar, drums and solo. The lyrics progress and become more harsh, backed by harsher vocals (in comparison to the cleaner vocals of the song) and heavily distorted guitars. The song ends with several guitar solos, two heavy and fast drum solos by Lars Ulrich, and a few lyrics that hint about an uprising in the asylum.

The original demo version of this song features an extended ending which is eventually used as bass and guitar solos in the song 'Orion'.

The section of the song that begins at 4:06 ('Fear of living on/Natives getting restless now...') bears a resemblance to a main riff in the Rush song 'Tom Sawyer'. Metallica thanks Rush in the liner notes for the album. Additionally, Hetfield commented that the main riff of the song was 'lifted' from that of another band.

In the later 1990s, Metallica would often combine the song with 'Master of Puppets' in concert, calling it 'Mastertarium'.

The song's intro can be heard during the Bass/Guitar Doodle on Cunning Stunts which led into Nothing Else Matters.

This song is also featured as background music for the film 'Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills', which details the controversial West Memphis Three murder case, as the three boys listened to heavy metal.



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