FEVER
Tommy Richman Lyrics


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You and I
Couldn't even try to hold on together

That's right
Imma tell your bitch she's mine
Imma take you down to the corner store
After that oh man she's riding (man she's riding)
On that, on that

I got friends as good as you
Temptation
You're the only one with clothes on
Man
How bad is that, is that?
Yeah you know how I act
Yeah you know how I act
I can't do it

Can't you just fucking have an idea girl?
Oh na na na na
There's a reason I talk to you on every occasion girl
But you're not giving me anything
Anything
But you're not giving me anything
Got many demons in my head that I want you to hear about
Can you just talk to me?
Can you know my whereabouts?
Got a problem
Got a problem

Had to figure out
Had to figure out just how to do by myself
Don't know many ways
But I know the days have gone
Just overthinking
I'm overthinking
But I need someone beside me right now
Had to figure out just how to do by myself
Don't know many ways
But I know the days have gone
Just overthinking
I'm overthinking
But I need someone beside me right now

That's right
Imma tell your bitch she's mine
Imma take you down to the corner store
After that oh man she's riding (man she's riding)
On that, on that
On that, on that
On that, on that




On that, on that
On that, on that

Overall Meaning

The lyrics of Tommy Richman's song "FEVER" delve into themes of temptation, longing, and internal struggles. The opening lines suggest a failed or strained relationship, with the singer acknowledging that they couldn't even try to hold on together. This sets the tone for the rest of the song, as the singer grapples with complex emotions and desires.


The reference to telling someone's partner that they are theirs reflects a sense of possessiveness or assertiveness, perhaps indicating a desire to take control or stake a claim in the situation. The mention of taking someone to a corner store and the provocative imagery of "she's riding" hint at a rebellious or daring attitude, showing a willingness to break societal norms or expectations.


The lyrics also highlight the singer's frustration with the lack of reciprocation or emotional connection from the person they are addressing. The repeated plea for the person to "have an idea" and the sense of desperation in wanting them to talk and understand signify a deep yearning for emotional intimacy and communication.


The repeated refrain of needing someone beside them right now underscores a sense of vulnerability and loneliness despite the bravado and tough exterior displayed throughout the song. The singer grapples with inner demons and struggles with overthinking, seeking solace and understanding from others but ultimately finding themselves alone in their thoughts and emotions.


Overall, "FEVER" by Tommy Richman paints a complex portrait of human relationships, desires, and internal conflicts. The lyrics convey a sense of longing, frustration, and vulnerability, ultimately exploring themes of love, desire, and the search for emotional connection in a tumultuous and uncertain world.




Writer(s): Tommy Richman

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LYRICS:

You and I couldn't even try to hold on together

That's right, I'ma tell your bitch she's mine
I'ma take you down to the corner store
After that, oh man she's ridin', man she's ridin'
On that, on that

I got friends as good as you
Temptation, you're the only one with clothes on
Man, how bad is that, is that?
You know how I act, you know how I act, I can't do it

Can you just have a fuckin' idea, girl?
Oh, na-na-na-na
There's a reason I talk to you on every occasion, girl
But you're not givin' me anything, anything

But you're not givin' me anything
Got many demons in my head that I want you to hear about
Can you just talk to me? Can you know my whereabouts?
Got a problem, got a problem

Had to figure out, had to figure out just how to do by myself
Don't know many ways, but I know the days have gone
Just overthinkin', I'm overthinkin'
But I need someone beside me right now

Had to figure out just how to do by myself
Don't know many ways, but I know the days have gone
Just overthinkin', I'm overthinkin'
But I need someone beside me right now

That's right, I'ma tell your bitch she's mine
I'ma take you down to the corner store
After that, oh man she's ridin', man she's ridin'
On that, on that

On that, on that
On that, on that
On that, on that



All comments from YouTube:

@AllThingsG7

BRUH I JUST DISCOVERED A LEGEND BEFORE THE WORLD HEARS THIS CRAZY. Iโ€™VE NEVER HEARD OF A DIFFERENT KIND OF STYLE LIKE THIS! I SEE WHY BRENT COLLABORATED WITH YOU! KEEP DROPPING๐Ÿš€๐Ÿš€๐Ÿš€๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿค™๐Ÿฝ

@williamhopper7034

Ive been listening to him for a bit and itโ€™s great to see him blowing up like crazy now. Well deserved

@E.T..08

Bro indeed called it

@mariocostales1427

Imma say it, this harder than million dollar baby

@spctcl_

Hard agree. Million dollar baby slaps but the lyrics are definitely more generic hip hop focused i.e. "ride for my city im up next" type shit, whereas the lyrics on fever hit you in the fucking feeeeeeeeels bro.

Feeling shit is the hardest shit ever lmao ๐Ÿคฃ

@BlacKingSolo

It isโ€ฆ On Repeat Right Now!!!

@dalycia3821

Facts I be jumping in my chair when this plays๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ

@TheGuga109

Million dollar baby beat way better tho, but lyrics here are better

@Pleasesliceme

Real talk tho

@Camell513

This song bumps so hard in the car. You keep dropping bangers!!!!

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