Feel Good Hit Of The Summer

Album: Rated R (2000)
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  • Nicotine, valium, vicadin, marijuana, ecstasy, and alcohol
    Cocaine Writer/s: JOSH HOMME, NICK OLIVERI
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 4

  • Bertrand from Paris, FranceThe album Rated R was re-released on August 3, 2010, featuring a deluxe edition including a live version of this song.
  • Phil from Newcastle Uk, United KingdomPlease..... It's a list of drugs. Don't think too much about it.

    "Come on baby light my fire, try to set the night on fire" ????
    Give it up. 1966 - stoned....
    Don't make me laugh.
    Ever tried writing a song?
  • Bec from Perth, AustraliaYeah right alfred..i doubt you would compare "light my fire" to this song,wrong area prehaps luv?
  • Alfred from Sidmouth, CoLight My Fire is amazing, it's the best that the doors had done!!!
    I like SMashing Pumpkins
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