Once upon a time
In exordium
Asceticism formed
To haunt human beings
A flux from the bowels
Flushes pangs away
To escape from though
I'll swallow my tongue
Hebephrenia
Hypochondria
Personalities
Multiplied by space
Paranoia and schizophrenia
Stemming from the
Constriction in my throat

Satan loves you
So does Jesus Christ
Count your blessings
One head at a time

They wont respect you
In the morning
I feel the same
I feel the same... (x2)

Once upon a time
In a siamese twin
Anger formed a threat
To his duplicate
Rising mercury
Mocking mimicry
Unanimity
Can and will not be
Scissor homicide
Would be suicide
Fever in disguise
Temperatures will rise
Paranoia and schizophrenia
Beginning with an
Incision in the skin

Satan loves you
So does Jesus Christ
Count your blessings
One head at a time

They wont respect you
In the morning
I feel the same
I feel the same... (x2)

Separation (x8)

They wont respect you
In the morning
I feel the same
I feel the same... (x2)


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Siamese Fever song meanings
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    General CommentThis is a song about siamese twins being separated at birth. Unfortunately, usually when siamese twins are separated, one has to die. Or, it could be about one siamese twin murdering the other with scissors.
    ozzyrollerbauhn863on June 14, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI think the Siamese twin is actually more of a metaphor for your torn conscious, the classic 'devil & angel' sitting on your shoulder.
    The devil loves you - so does jesus christ (the decision you have to make, you can't have both.)
    I don't know if there was a particular decision in mind when writing this, but it can be applied to anyone in that situation.
    Also, scissor homicide - would be suicide, I think is the fact that no matter how much you'd like to pick one and kill the other, you can't, the conscience remains.
    djtableclothon September 22, 2009   Link

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