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Yeah... Oh! Yeah Yeah...Oh.. I feel
like dancing, I feel like dancing
I smell something in the air that's
making me high
I said, I smell something in the
air that's making me high
[Verse 1]
Ok here we go,...


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    Sep 5th, 2017 9:40pm report

    In this song i think em is blaming the way he feels on the weed when it's really pills, after all, the song right before this one on relapse is old time's sake, which is clearly about smoking weed.


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    Sep 10th, 2014 9:10am report

    This isn't about his good times with his friends, it's basically a public safety announcement against pharmaceutical drugs being pushed by doctors to kids, and the resulting long term effects, which are not present in most patients of medical marijuana.


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    Aug 2nd, 2014 8:59pm report

    Weed and affects of it.


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    Sep 5th, 2013 9:04am report

    aint it about weed causing a psychosis?


    Will Blatter
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    Jun 10th, 2011 6:14pm report

    Obviously this is about weed haha his fun times smokin with his friends and such.

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