Album: Around The Fur (1997)


  • Rickets is a childhood disease characterized by softening of the bones as a result of inadequate intake of vitamin D and insufficient exposure to sunlight. >>
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    Tim - Pittsburgh, PA

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  • Zero from Nowhere, NjDon't know why it's called "Rickets" but obviously it's directed towards someone who likes to point out flaws in the other person and the part that says, "and if it was mine to say, I wouldn't say it," means that even if he knew he was right in the argument, he wouldn't open his mouth because it would only lead to more fighting.
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