“wake me up inside” syndrome



the process by which a song’s t*tle is inferred through the lyrics, even though the actual t*tle of the song is different.

named after the song “bring me to life” by evanescence, which many nimrods erroneously believe to be called “wake me up inside.” however, this phenomenon is not limited to this song only.
person a: my favorite song is “wake me up inside” by evanescence!
person b: i believe the song is called “bring me to life”
person a: shut the f*ck up!
person b: just another case of “wake me up inside” syndrome…

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