"Desperate Religion" as written by Alexander Perls Rousmaniere and Andre Tannenberger....
You know she's never gonna tell you, if she likes it this way
You know she's never gonna ask you, if you feel the same
A fever oh an addiction uh, was it worth it did you give your life away?

A fever a desperate religion, and all that she can say is

Give me just a little bit, uh
Gimme just a little bit

A train that never stops rolling it?s getting into your blood
A need that never stops growing she's a poisonous one
A hope for better days but nothing, oh
Seems to fix it, uh, now you're wasting way
Indeed a desperate religion and all that she will say is

A desperate addiction
A familiar affliction
Denying won't fix it
This desperate religion

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"Desperate Religion" as written by Alexander Pearls Andre Tanneberger

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    General Commentlove this song.
    -ok-on August 20, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwow i feel like a stripper listening to this.
    at a night club with cocaine addicts and dealers.. and everything is slow motion except me dancing.
    naked on the table w/a pole.
    prunesodaon April 28, 2008   Link
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    shortsharpshockon April 28, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti agree with prunesode. i get the same feeling haha
    extraordinaryon June 19, 2008   Link
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    General CommentHaha i agree with you guys, this song can make you feel somewhat sexual, cause she knows shes engaging in whatever negative conflict shes describing in this song, but wondering how it can feel so good or be so good at the same time. Since the lyrics are in 3rd person its almost as if shes talking through the guy "Ya know shes never gonna tell you if she likes it this way" to talk about the conflicted girl he's with.
    stereofidelicon January 04, 2010   Link

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