F.I.N.E.

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  • As stated in the artwork for Pump, F.I.N.E. is an acronym for F--k'd up, Insecure, Neurotic, and Emotional. >>
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    Amy - Cumberland, MD
  • Aerosmith mentions the title in their song "What It Takes": "Girl, before I met you I was F.I.N.E. fine."
  • Steven Tyler and Joe Perry wrote this song. Desmond Child, who co-wrote the Aerosmith hits "Angel" and "Dude (Looks Like A Lady)," wrote the bridge, which was originally intended for another song.

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  • Steven from Land O Lakes, FlThis is a good song to Cruise in a convertible car too.
  • Dino from Bandung, --Another great song penned by Tyler/Perry. The album (Pump) was intentionally would be called F.I.N.E. until Geffen's A&R John Kalodner refused to use it. He felt he wouldn't have an album called "FINE".
  • Madeleine from Caerdydd, United KingdomLove this song.
    One of their best.
  • Melissa from Lorton, VaI also love this song. It's awesomely awesome.
  • Katie from Tulsa, OkI love this song. For some reason it cheers me up! Aerosmith did good on this one.
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