Sore - all over me
Sore - all over me
Sore - all over me
(I'm sore, all over me)
Sore - all over me
(I'm sore, all over me)
Sore - all over me
(I'm sore, all over me)
Sore - all over me
(I'm sore, all over me)

Mind empty, aching
Don't wash, don't care, no calls
Mind conscious, tiring
Can't see, can't speak, can't think

Sink, sunk, funk, fucked, touched
Scratchy, stuck, stuck, stuck

50 minutes, 52 weeks, 4 years x8

Bored - don't talk to me
Bored - don't talk to me
Bored - don't talk to me
(I'm bored, don't talk to me)
Bored - don't talk to me
(I'm bored, don't talk to me)

Mind conscious, tiring
Can't see, can't speak, can't think
Mind empty, aching
Don't wash, don't care, no calls

Fall, fell, dirt, hurt, broke, choking, spunked, spunked, spunked

50 minutes, 52 weeks, 4 years x16

4 years (to end)


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    General Commentdoes anyone know the significance of 50 minutes, 52 weeks and 4 years? at all? anyone? is it just a random length of time, or is there a reason for it.
    this song is so sexy, its quite scary.
    tiggydongon February 11, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis song is so beautiful. this could be about that time after youve brooken up with someone and your stuck on thinkin on them an you cant think of anything else. the times could be how the long the realtionshipship was but im not sure.
    xxxx
    lolly_stickson February 12, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti think this song is about a break up. how scattered you feel after you just broke up with some one especially if they were together for a long period of time. the 50 minutes 52 weeks and 4 years i think is just put there to represent a long secluded relationship.
    cjbm71581on April 28, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwell it's actually like 5 years, 50 minutes
    cause there's 52 weeks in a year, so it confuses me as to why they would bother saying 52 weeks 4 years.
    anyone?
    chic-a-cherry-colaon August 15, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think they say it as '50 minutes, 52 weeks, 4 years' because it works better. Using minutes instead of hours emphersises the time. Also, it flows a lot better in the song because of the (kind-of) alliteration of 'fifty'
    M-O-Oon October 10, 2007   Link
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    General CommentTo me it sounds like she's saying it as a progression:

    50 minutes ---> 52 Weeks ---> 4 years

    like the relationship went so quickly, but in reality it lasted 4 years. Which makes the bit when they both sing together saying 50 minutes 52 weeks 4 YEARS!

    i don't know whether i'm explaining this correctly! Like 50 minutes of relationship went by, then 52 weeks and finally 4 years and then it ended

    it makes sense to me!
    boosh18on January 17, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti, too, think it is about a break up. also, i like how it can be read as "too weak for years"..also does anyone have the tabs for this song? cant find them anywhere
    ksewardon April 19, 2008   Link
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    General Comment50 minutes - how long they have sex for.
    52 weeks - just a length of time in a year.
    4 years - how long the relationship lasted.

    i think this song is about the passion at the start of a relationship,
    the sex and the madness,
    and then how they just get bored of eachother towards the end,
    and can't stand to be in eachothers company. then they just feel bad, because nearly everyone does when a relationship ends.
    missileon May 11, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt's about therapy...and its 50 minutes 52 weeks 4 years because of 'poetic licence'..that's what Dee said anyway :)
    RoboZoon July 07, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti also think this song is about breaking up and still thinking about that person nonstop. this song is amazing but sad. i love it. can't stop listening. R.I.D. is the best band ever!
    monstrrron February 08, 2009   Link

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