Addicted to Chaos

Album: Youthanasia (1994)
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  • Written by Dave Mustaine, in this song he sings about losing a close friend who helped him through some difficult times. This person was a rare constant in a life filled with chaos, and while the singer feels despondent, he realizes that this is simply another challenge he must overcome. >>
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    Jon - Sweden

Comments: 4

  • Binky from EarthIt was actually his therapist that committed suicide
  • Adrian from Chicago, IlWOW i thought it was about drugs never payed attention i guess
  • Chase from Charelston, Wvwow second comment ...this song freekin owns
  • Nicholos from Farmville, VaThis song is awsome, and I'm glad they helped Dave he is an awsome person!
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