One two
One two three four

I'm the gift and giver, not a woman mistreater
(Umm)
You know that is no one else
(Umm)
You can have me just one time baby
She said, "Baby, I'll give you a chance 'cos I'm
(Umm)

Burning up with fever
And you're the fever inside
I'm burning up with fever
It's something I can't hide"

Sometimes you do me and sometimes you don't
(Umm)
I know, I want you all the time
Here's one thing you should know
I won't, I won't stand in line for your love
(Umm)

Burning up with fever
And you're the fever inside
I'm burning up with fever
It's something I can't hide
Woh woh

Sometimes you do me and sometimes you don't
(Umm)
I know, I want you all the time but I'm
(Umm)

Burning up with fever
And you're the fever inside
I'm burning up with fever
It's something I can't hide
Woh woh woh woh

I'm burning up with fever
(I'm burning, burn me, burning)
And you're the fever inside
(I'm burning, baby)
I'm burning up with fever
(Burn me, baby)
It's something I can't hide

I'm burning up with fever
And you're the fever inside
I'm burning up with fever
It's something I can't hide

I'm burning up with fever
And you're the fever inside
I'm burning up with fever
It's something I can't hide

I'm burning up with fever
(I'm burning, I'm burning, I'm burning, burning)
And you're the fever inside


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Burning Up with Fever Lyrics as written by Gene Simmons

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