"Cough Coughing" as written by Justin Andrew Harris, Daniel Frederic Seim and Brent Knopf....
Force yourself to breathe
My hand is in the air
To stop the cough;

Redirect your sleeves
Spittle leaves the sphere
Can't wash off;

Kiss me kiss me please
I washed behind my ears
The lights are off;

Be careful who you tease
There's an easy chair
On the chopping block;

Careful who you tease

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"Cough Coughing" as written by Daniel Frederic Seim Brent Knopf

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    General CommentI don't think the first few lines are right...
    my hand is ONLY THERE
    redirect your SNEEZE
    THE spittle leaves a SMEAR
    I can't wash off

    and I think its I'll wash behind my ears...
    but other than that yeah.
    great great song
    ahab3on May 12, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti agree- ahab i think you're right. That's why I was going to post also.
    miketilleyon July 26, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYea the lyrics are wrong but I really like this song one of my favorites
    Ner_143on June 01, 2008   Link
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    General Commentvery creepy vocals and instrumentals, but still awesome
    mike81890on January 02, 2009   Link
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    General Commentthis one seems to be giving a short narrative to do with his feelings toward a girl (presumably) for whom he has feelings, or with whom there's some sort of something going on, so he's telling her to kiss him because he's clean (translation: it's safe) - but he's also telling her to be careful (easy chair on the chopping block - easy not to realize you're in a danger zone - careful who you tease!) and to keep her distance (redirect your sneeze, etc. - he's trying to minimize contact.)

    i like how succintly they manage to convey all this stuff. it's great, perfect opening track to the album
    predicateon May 28, 2009   Link

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