Fix Me Now

Songfacts®:

  • A track from the debut Garbage album, "Fix Me Now" finds Shirley Manson seeking a savior, someone who can "take away the fear" with just a kiss.
  • Originally, the song was titled "Chris Cornell," as Manson was a huge fan of the Soundgarden singer. She and her bandmate Butch Vig claim that they recorded a demo with that title.

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