Your Disease

Album: Every Six Seconds (2001)
  • This is about a "relationship gone wrong and how things can go bad real fast when there is manipulation and sex involved," former Saliva vocalist Josey Scott told Billboard. Scott also said, "People's emotions can get pretty tangled. I'd say a lot of our songs are relationship-oriented, and not just because everybody can identify with it, either. It's about being honest."
  • This peaked at #7 on the Modern Rock chart and at #3 on the Hot Mainstream Rock chart.
  • This was featured in the 2000 action horror movie Dracula 2000, starring Gerard Butler, and in the 2001 comedy Tomcats, starring Jerry O'Connell and Shannon Elizabeth.

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