Album: Shake the Sheets (2004)


  • This song is about a pair of people with eating disorders. The Mia, Ann, and Anna referred to in the song are buliMIA and ANorexia. >>
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    Cal - Columbus, OH

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  • Candace from Bremerton, WaThis song isn't really about a pair of people with eating disorders; it's more like the main character sees someone who he can recognize as having an eating disorder and is telling them it's okay, I know because I have one too. Mia is buliMIA but it's actually Ana not Ann, Ana is shorthand slang for anorexia as in "pro ana" websites.
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