Girl You Have No Faith in Medicine
The White Stripes Lyrics


Girl,
You have no faith in medicine
Acetaminophen
You see the medicine
Girl,
You have no faith in medicine

Is there a way to find a cure for this
Implanted in a pill?
Is it just the name upon the bottle
The determines if it will?

Is the problem your allergic
To a well familiar name?
Do you have any problem with this one
If the results are they same?

Acetaminophen
You see the medicine
Girl,
You have no faith in medicine

Well strip the bark right off a tree
And just hand it this way
Don't even need a drink of water
To make the headache go away
Give me a sugar pill
And watch me just rattle
Down the street

Acetaminophen
You see the medicine
Girl,
You have no faith in medicine

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: JACK WHITE

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Robyn


on Candy Cane Children

The meaning of this song is basically saying the older you get, the less fun Christmas becomes usually do to adulthood. The lines "don't you know your name?...", probably refers to the adults telling kids to grow up as if they're saying "Do you know how old you are? You're getting too old for this stuff." Probably why he put the lines "nobody knows how to talk to children". Also, he puts the lines "think again" after a thought of one of the kids thinking of wishing to participate in Christmas activities. As if they're thinking "Yeah I probably AM too old for this.." "364 more tears girl" the sadness of getting older. Not participating feels like a missed opportunity and causes even more sadness..

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