"Fix It" as written by and Edward Droste....
My chest hurts a lot tonight
Maybe you can fix that
My chest hurts a lot tonight

I fell on a car again
Maybe you can fix that
I fell on a car again

And when I walk on by, I see you waving

Nothing ever feels the same
Maybe you can fix that
Nothing ever feels the same

Cum again all over me
I swear I’ll change just wait and see
And if I don’t please make amends
With everything we had again

I swear it was just a game
I have to fix that
I swear it was just a game

Cum again all over me
I swear I’ll change just wait and see
And if I don’t please make amends
With everything we had again

Just fix it for me
Just fix it for me
Just fix it for me


Lyrics submitted by eatbeast

"Fix It" as written by Edward Droste

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    General Commentthis is my favorite song from horn of plenty. it seems to reflect on the wish that things could have been slightly different after losing someone. pretty.
    eatbeaston October 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI love this song.
    nineandninetyon April 22, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThe last minute of the song, the part with "just fix it for meee-eee-eeeeee," is the best!
    t3mpus_fugiton January 02, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI think eatbeast hit the nail on the head, pretty much anyway. It seems to me as though the repetitive nature of the lyrics may imply a repetitive behavior. Specifically, as in a dysfunctional on again-off again relationship where one person keeps falling back into this pattern under the mistaken impression they can fix their partners flaws.

    ...which is impossible by the way
    SadLoveon December 27, 2009   Link
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    General CommentOr, you know, Sadlove could be looking too far into it? :P
    TheVeganLoseron September 26, 2010   Link

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