I've Done Love

Album: Yet to be titled (2017)
  • Just 'cause I don't wake up with a bottle
    And my blood don't know the fire of cocaine
    Just 'cause my skin don't know the sting of a needle
    That don't mean that I don't know the pain

    'Cause I've taken hits, woke up hungover
    Gone on bender, stone cold sober
    Slam the door right off the hinges
    Hotel rooms and midnight binges
    Wrecked my life, had too much of things I swore I'd never touch
    So don't tell me I've never done the hard stuff
    'Cause I've done love
    I've done love

    I don't get my fix in some back alley
    My tongue still knows the taste of extacy
    We're all on the road to chasing happy
    But it ain't a thrill inside a pill that makes a junkie out of me

    'Cause I've taken hits, woke up hungover
    Gone on bender, stone cold sober
    Slam the door right off the hinges
    Hotel rooms and midnight binges
    Wrecked my life, had too much of things I swore I'd never touch
    So don't tell me I've never done the hard stuff
    'Cause I've done love
    Yeah I've done love

    Love, love what I need
    Up so high but on my knees
    In the dark and on the streets
    I've done love, or has it done me?
    Love, love, what I need
    Up so high but on my knees
    In the dark and on the street
    I've done love, or has it done me?

    I've taken hits, woke up hungover
    Gone on bender, stone cold sober
    Slam the door right off the hinges
    Hotel rooms and midnight binges
    I touched the sky, I had it all
    I had too much, I had withdrawl
    So don't tell me I've never done the hard stuff
    'Cause I've done love
    Yeah I've done love

    Love, love what I need
    Up so high but on my knees
    In the dark and on the streets
    I've done love, or has it done me? Writer/s: JOSH OSBORNE, NICOLLE ANNE GALYON, SHANE MCANALLY
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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