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Eve 6 Wants to Know if Twitter Likes 'Inside Out'

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Jon Siebels, Max Collins and Tony Fagenson of the group Eve 6 pose backstage for a portrait at Queen Mary's Rock The Queen at The Queen Mary on June 3, 2017 in Long Beach, California.

Eve 6 has one question for fans this holiday season: “Do you like the heart in a blender song?”

The "heart in a blender song" is the group's 1998 track "Inside Out," which features the lyrics, "Want to put my tender heart in a blender / Watch it spin 'round to a beautiful oblivion / Rendezvous then I'm through with you."

Eve 6's frontman Max Collins has been hopping on the Dionne Warwick-esque Twitter trend lately, sharing raunchy stories from his band in the 90s and more -- much to the delight of fans.

Actor Vincent D’Onofrio replied to the band's inquiry about "Inside Out," sharing that it "Was never a favorite," before adding, "I find it interesting that the original lyrics have been changed so many times by fans of that song mis-hearing Eve6's original lyrics. Why?"

Eve 6 then delved into a sweet interaction with D'Onofrio, attributing the lyric changes to the fact that "there's too many gd words in the song."

"Here's to the night, I did like that song," the actor replied, referring to the Southern California rock band's early 00's track. "It doesn't surprise me that you three have success. Again you have a great sound and a nack for a post punk melodies sound. Which I love."

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