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Not as nice

Posted by Smokey Stover on June 25, 2005

In Reply to: Not as nice posted by Lewis on June 23, 2005

: : : : What does "I've got you under my skin" mean?

: : : It means that you have become so much a part of me it is as if you are under my skin. In short, it is one of the almost limitless declarations of love.

: : : DFG

: : Everybody sing:

: : I've got you under my skin
: : I've got you deep in the heart of me
: : So deep in my heart, that you're really a part of me
: : I've got you under my skin

: Something or somebody getting under your skin also alludes to being an irritation - as if the object was an irritant lodged under the surface that the person could not refrain from scratching.

: Usage such as "It really got under my skin" is common in the UK.

: L

Ditto U.S.

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