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    Smile "This song gives me the chills" or "this song gives me chills"?

    ? Sorry for the dumb question but I have to be sure.

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    Re: "This song gives me the chills" or "this song gives me chills"?

    I've heard it both ways.

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    Re: "This song gives me the chills" or "this song gives me chills"?

    I would say the chills. I have heard it used without the article when the phrase goers on- chills down my spine.

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