Folie A Deux

Album: Comet, Come to Me (2014)


  • A French phrase that literally translates to "madness has two," "folie a deux" is a condition where two people who are very close share the same mental disorder.

    The phrase doesn't show up in the lyric: she chose a French title because she is signed to Naïve Records, an independent label based in France.
  • In our interview with Meshell Ndegeocello, she said: "That song's about breaking up and how we treat each other. It's two people involved in craziness, and that's how I see love sometimes."


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