This is the orchestrated version of the second song in "Madhouse," a musical a friend and I have written. This is only the orchestral accompaniment. The sung melody is not present except in the chorus and bridge, but you can hear the melody if you listen to the Overture, which is in one of my earlier posts.
In the show, psychiatrist James Daniels is complaining about his patients and his wife, Sharon, to his friend, Walter. He reveals his dream--to leave everything behind and go to the Bahamas--in this song.
It's the second song in the show (after "Thank You, Dr. Daniels"), as well as the second one I wrote. It is perhaps my favorite song from Madhouse.