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Queen Adreena – Are The Songs My Disease? lyrics

(K. J. Garside C. Gray)
I used to know this wretched girl,
I made her open for me,
I took her heart,
And I kissed it clean,
But she still kicks against me.
Are the songs my disease?
Are the songs my disease?
Maybe she's creating me,
Mistaken accidentally,
For a girl I used to know,
In darkness permanently,
If I find her the perfect line,
My sickness might desert me.
Are the songs my disease?
Are the songs my disease?

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    Possibly and old friend of hers (the singers) wanting her new friend to be just like the singer. Almost like her old friend had a disease she wanted to pass on - she wants to make all her possible friends like the singer and do the things she did. Or even, these songs are some sort of habit, addiction really, and she can't lose it. She needs it sort of thing because this "wretched" girl, used to provoke her to feel the need for music to help her release any emotion, and now she can't stop it?

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