"Pneumonia" as written by and Bjork Gudmundsdottir....
Is it depression or disease?
Tell it to the millipedes

The casserole was good
And the drives were so nice
Welcome to the worst part of your life

I'm hard to fix because
It took me so goddamn long
To figure out that I broke down

Mold spores fill my lungs
Silverfish hide in the venetian blinds
In the wintertime

In the bathroom
With the shower running and my clothes on
I figured out that I hate you all

I'm hard to fix because
It took me so goddamn long
To figure out that I broke down


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"Pneumonia" as written by Andrew Broder

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    General Commentme too, me too.
    charcoalsketchon May 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI can't stop listening to this song, I don't know why... I think the voice isn't beautiful enough for this song and the lyrics are a bit strange but still fascinating.. ahh.. awesome song..
    evegreenon July 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI can't stop listening to this song, I don't know why... I think the voice isn't beautiful enough for this song and the lyrics are a bit strange but still fascinating.. ahh.. awesome song..
    evegreenon July 23, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti hate you all, too.
    saison July 26, 2006   Link
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    General CommentNot suprisingly this song is about pneumonia "The mold spores fill my lungs". Apparently it was when Andrew got pneumonia that he decide that he was going to stir his life in a music making direction, so much good did come about it.

    I always associated the song with depression due the "In the bathroom, with the shower running and my clothes on, I figured out that I hate you all" verse, but it's actualy about using a hot shower to get all the crap out your lungs.

    "Is it depression or disease?" It's a mixture of both which makes for one haunting song.
    Gråvejron November 06, 2006   Link

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