My Favorite Disease

Album: The Flame In All Of Us (2007)


  • Thousand Foot Krutch lead singer/songwriter Trevor McNaren says this song is about being so devoted to something (in the song's context, music) that it's "actually killing me." He states this in the lyric booklet that comes with the CD. >>
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    Blake - Chico, CA

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  • Andrew from Wisconsin, WiSince TFK is Christian they put God's word in their songs. THe message is that God "kills" you but then fills that hurt with Joy.
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