And I need it, I feel it
I feel it creeping up all the time
I can sing it and live it, I see it
I feel it crawling up on my spine

I can feel it, I feel it
I feel it, I feel it, Feel it
I can feel it, I feel it
I feel it, I feel it, Feel it
I feel it, feel it, feel it

Feel it, feel it, yeah
I see it, I feel it, I
Bring back, I bring back, I bring back
I feel it, I feel it, I feel it, I feel it

I feel it, I feel it, I feel it
I feel it, I feel it
I know I fucking feel it
I feel it, I feel it
I know I fucking feel it
I feel it, I feel it, I feel it, I feel it
I know I fucking feel it

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    this song is about psychedelic substances ( well I think so)

    "I feel it getting ? in my mind See it creepin', creep in, feel it I feel it crawling up on my spine I believe it, ?, feel it"

    In this part of the song the line "I feel it crawling up my spine" is referencing the experience of Kundalini, the Serpent Power which is a melting or fire-y sensation that is often experienced in the first bardo of a psychedelic experience through the use of a psychedelic substance such as LSD,DMT, psilocybin, ect.

    In this stage, the (experienced)user experiences the sensation going upwards along the spine and into the cranium.

    well....I think so.

    CataclysmicSigleron July 13, 2009   Link

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