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You fucked a fever in me,
And I'm burning up.
A hundred and two, a hundred and three.
Cold sweats, im in need of new sheets.

You fucked this flu in me,
And I'm throwing up dinner for two, and mixed drinks.
Im on my knees as it passes through me

I've been sick before, nothing like this.
I swore if the room started spinning,
I'd leave.

You fucked the sickness in me,
And I'm building up
White blood cells; immunity.
So if by chance it happens again,
I wont be bed ridden.

Ive been sick before, nothing like this.
I swore if the room started spinning,
I'd make my way back to the beginning
And leave.

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    General CommentWish this one would've made it on the new album, it was one of my favorite new songs, great melodic lines everywhere
    mockorange13on October 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentYeah, I totally agree. This really should have been on the new album... great song and great lyrics.
    ifemme fataleion October 08, 2006   Link
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    General CommentYa, i agree too, I want this song back!
    mockorange13on October 23, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwell you can always download the song off of his daytrotter session. and from what i hear, he's coming out with a new ep in the fall. maybe this one wil l be on it.
    thenervousmanon August 01, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis is a really good song.

    It's like he's admitting that he had a lust/sex based relationship, but he let his feelings get in the way and he got hurt.

    Or maybe he had a really good relationship with a girl, and the sex was really good, and he's using that to portray their relationship.
    neilmesseron April 16, 2009   Link
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    General Commenti think this may be about the short story "A Fever" by Raymond Carver ...great read!
    sophomorickon August 02, 2009   Link

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