"Fever" as written by John Davenport, Eddie J. Cooley, John Davenport and Eddie J. Cooley....
Everybody's got the fever.
That is something we all know.
Fever isn't such a new thing.
Fever started a long time ago.

Everybody's got the fever.
Everybody's got the fever.
Everybody's got the fever.
Everybody's got the fever.

When you kiss me, baby.
When you hold me tight.
Got the fever
All through the night.

Fever.
Give me some fever, baby.
I got the fever, yeah.
You got the fever, yeah.

In the summertime.
All through the night.
When you kiss,
When you hold me tight.

Got the fever.
Got the fever.
Everybody loves the fever, yeah.

Source: PNE Coliseum, Vancouver - June 6, 1970

Originally by John Davenport & Eddie Cooley


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