"serotonin" as written by Kai Christian David Fish, Stephen Blaine Harrison, Henry William Cope Harrison, William Blaise Benwell Rees and Kapil Trivedi....
Meet me in the middle of the morning
When the crows fly highest in the sky
Couldn't you hear me calling?
I was up looking for you all night

Oh, but I never found you
No matter how hard I tried to
Oh, no, I never found you
Sara, if only you knew

Serotonin, you're burning a hole into my heart
Felt like I was floating
But now you're coming down with you so
Down with you so hard

Meet me at the bottom of the ocean
Feel its fingers tickling our skin
You mix your magic potion
The old familiar feeling starts to kick in

But now it's fading and I can't hear what you're saying
It feels like it's slipping through my fingers
It's fading and I can't hear what you're saying
It feels like you're slipping, but

It's just the serotonin
It's burning a hole into my heart
Felt like I was frozen
Yeah, but now I'm coming up so hard

Serotonin
Girl, you're really tearing me apart
It felt like I was frozen
Yeah, but now I'm coming up so hard

Sara, serotonin, Sara, serotonin
Now I'm coming up so hard
Sara, serotonin, Sara, serotonin
And now I'm coming up so hard

So hard
So hard
Serotonin


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"Serotonin" as written by Kai Christian David Fish Henry William Cope Harrison

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    General CommentIts a brilliant play on words this song, when you first listen it seems to be about a girl called Sarah Tonin, very very clever!! Its about when you meet someone and tyhe chemicals start to flow your all high on them but after awhile they fade and your left stranded and love-less, EPIC song....
    beezybeaston August 02, 2010   Link
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    Song MeaningIt's all about MDMA !
    Vindieon January 16, 2013   Link

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