Dope

Album: ARTPOP (2013)
Charted: 8
  • Cork's off, it's on
    The party's just begun
    I promise this
    Drink is my last one
    I know I f***ed up again
    'Cause I lost my only friend
    God forgive my sins

    Don't leave me, I
    Oh I'll leave myself until I die

    My heart would break without you
    Might not awake without you
    Been hurting low, from living high for so long
    I'm sorry, and I love you
    Sing with me, "Bell Bottom Blue"
    I'll keep on searching for an answer
    'Cause I need you more than dope

    I need you more than dope
    Need you more than dope
    I need you more than dope
    I need you more than dope

    Toast one last puff
    And two last regrets
    Three spirits and
    Twelve lonely steps
    Up heaven's stairway to gold
    Mine myself like coal
    A mountain of a soul
    Each day, I cry
    Oh, I feel so low from living high

    My heart would break without you
    Might not awake without you
    Been hurting low, from living high for so long
    I'm sorry, and I love you
    Sing with me, "Bell Bottom Blue"
    I'll keep on searching for an answer
    'Cause I need you more than dope

    I need you more than dope
    I need you more than dope
    I need you more than dope
    I need you more than dope

    I need you more
    Need you more
    I need you more than dope Writer/s: STEFANI GERMANOTTA, PAUL BLAIR, NICK MONSON, DINO ZISIS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Songtrust Ave
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Markmm from Lynnwood, WaHoly... I too am recovering. Amazing song. PEACE!!
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