Drug Of Choice

Album: The Wonderground (2003)
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  • I don't take pills
    I'm holding on
    I cry all night
    when things go wrong
    I don't need much
    only a word
    I crave your touch
    and to be heard

    my body knows
    my heart belongs
    my soul is full of you

    you are my drug
    you make me sane
    you give me love
    you keep the flame
    you are my drug of choice

    I don't know God
    I dream alone
    talk to myself
    when things go wrong
    life is so strange
    it's here and gone
    it means so much
    when you love someone

    my body knows
    my heart belongs
    my soul is full of you

    you are my drug
    it makes me cry
    you give me love
    I wonder why
    you are my drug of choice Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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