"Fighting Fit" as written by Matthew Poulos, Alexander Reed, Jason Alan Lancaster and Steven Kopacz....
I need you
I'm waiting and I'm alone
I wanted to be so bold
But good words are never easy
I am still young
My blood flowing like a flood
Come and take every single bone
I will give as good as I get

I can't take it
To much time's been wasted
So come and get my plateful
I am fighting fit and able
I can't take it
When you slide and twist it hurts me
So settle down and let me
I've tasted life
I'm ready

I need you
Your shoulders act as my strength
Your skin is my only friend
I seek cover in all your glories
I am tarnished
I know I have many flaws
But our love it will shatter all
Take me on and we will conquer


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"Fighting Fit" as written by Martin Rossiter Kevin Miles

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    General Commentthis song is way good. i would say its about a guy wanting a girl real bad even though she doesnt want him...but he cant move on..then he does. hence the hip song. ok. later.
    anthonytreevslyon April 16, 2003   Link
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    General Commentthis song is way good. i would say its about a guy wanting a girl real bad even though she doesnt want him...but he cant move on..then he does. hence the hip song. ok. later.
    anthonytreevslyon April 16, 2003   Link
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    My InterpretationWell it's obviously about a girl he either can't be with or who doesn't want to commit to him. He's still young enough to get spend time experiencing meaningless relationships - 'I am still young, My blood flowing like a flood, Come and take every single bone, I will give as good as I get' could quite easily be a sexual connotation - but he's saying he's been there, done that, and ready for something more real. It seems like this girl cannot quite bite the bullet and commit to him like he wants to.
    pianomannickon September 16, 2011   Link

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