"Me You And My Medication (Demo)" as written by Martin Johnson and William James Iii Mc Auley....
Found my way to the highway, I don't wanna tell you the state I'm in
I've had too much to smoke, too much to drink, where have I been?
I feel like the stars are getting closer and the sky is closing in
And I don't know where to begin

We're all looking for something, to take away the pain

Me, and you, and my medication
(Making the best of it)
Love is just a chemical creation
(Will it be permanent?)
Synthetic sensation
Me, you, and my medication

The way back to the right track, maybe you can help me find the door
Is it too much to ask, too much too fast, too much to ignore?
It feels like your body's getting closer but you seem so far away
Medicine make it ok

We're all looking for someone, to take away the pain

Me, and you, and my medication
(Making the best of it)
Love is just a chemical creation
(Will it be permanent?)
Synthetic sensation
Me, you, and my medication

So can you feel it?
Do you feel it coming down?
You gotta get up
Can you get up off the ground?
Can you hear it?
Can you hear me screaming?
So can you feel it?
Do you feel it coming down?
You gotta get up
Can you get up off the ground?
I wanna hear it
Wanna hear you breathing

We're all addicted to something, that takes away the pain

Me, and you, and my medication
(Making the best of it)
Love is just a chemical creation
(Will it be permanent?)
Synthetic sensation
Me, you, and my medication


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"Me, You and My Medication" as written by William James Iii Mc Auley Martin Johnson

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    General Commenti love this song so much...great beat x333
    taylre x33on February 05, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis song has a very intense dazed feel to it. all the lyrics seem to be said when someone's totally out of it and all they know is that they just want to be with someone, feel wanted right now. They dont know if it'll last forever, but they definitely want something to happen at that moment.
    hplssrmantcxoxon August 29, 2006   Link
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    General Commentmy question is...what do you think the medication is? do you think they mean literal medication? or do you think it is a broader sense. maybe...this is walking out on a limb...maybe "love" is the medication i.e. chemistry...i don't really know. i like to think...this is just what i think...so...this guy has totally lost it "too much to smoke, too much to drink." he has tried to use these two things to "take away the pain," but it isn't/hasn't worked. so he is looking for something bigger and better. and honestly. when i'm being held everything feels better. maybe these two being together is his medication - or the thing that makes him feel better.

    my conclusion. medication is a metaphor for "love"
    acousticalheavenon October 04, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti don't care what it means. i just love the "can you feel it? do you feel it coming down..." part.
    bigpckl001on December 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about how the guy is addicted to this girls love like some "medication". It makes him feel better, and its like there is no way he can see himself without her.
    thecomingofthestormon March 21, 2007   Link
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    General Commentme and my friend were listening to this song and joking around about the "medication" part, we're like they never specify what kind of medication. is it, Ridalin? Tylenol? Nyquil? PeptoBismol? Codeine? Vicadin?
    DancingwithDamianon March 26, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwell first off i love this song. the beginning part is soo cool how it starts the song and it fits soo well those beats in the beginning. absolutely genious

    anyways song meaning in taylors opinion; actually i have to disagree. i believe that the medication is a metaphor for all the things that he doesnt want to show the girl. all his flaws and mistakes that hes trying to cover up like the beginning of the song is explaining i dont wanna tell you where i am ive had to much to smoke and drink. basically hes saying i dont want u to see me like this, at my lowest point. the medication is him trying to fix all his problems he doesnt want Her to know about.


    my take on it all anyways
    taylorkayon April 14, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYeah i agree with taylorkay. i love the beginning how its just the main tune carrying you.
    and.. i loove the part where he goes "can you feel it" just like bigpkl001

    but dont you think that if the "medication" metaphore was to be compared to love....he wouldn't put MY infront of it...i dont know i just think he would put OUR medication. unless of course she doesnt feel like him..who knows..
    notetoself8on April 21, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti agree with hplssrmantcxox, the song does kinda feel dazed or something.
    that's why i love it. the first time i heard it...i thought it was weird.
    and with the two things like the medication could be love or him trying to hide something...i agree with both, but i can't decide witch one it is. cuz it says "love is just a chemical creation" so a chemical creation is like a medication.
    but then it makes sense the other way.
    dork4lifeon May 01, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti agree with hplssrmantcxox, the song does kinda feel dazed or something.
    that's why i love it. the first time i heard it...i thought it was weird.
    and with the two things like the medication could be love or him trying to hide something...i agree with both, but i can't decide witch one it is. cuz it says "love is just a chemical creation" so a chemical creation is like a medication.
    but then it makes sense the other way.
    dork4lifeon May 01, 2007   Link

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