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    Ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-check me in now
    Ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-check me in now
    Check me in

    I know I'm sick and my addiction got me itchin', everyday I need a fixin', I ain't quitin' til it kill me
    Ya hear me, I like the feel but hate the taste of the product, like the numb on the tongue when you taste narcotics
    The bass gets to bumpin', you can feel what I'm drummin', death is comin', I'm tryna warn 'em, that's why I was summoned
    I know that they don't want it, they want what they can't have, euphoria come and go but it's something you can't grasp
    Yeah, we're grasping for the emptiness, hoping we can catch something
    Hand full of scars, cuts, burns, as the flesh wants
    Verge of insanity, stop me 'for I'm gone
    I say I'm gon' quit but I'm at it in the morn'
    It goes on and on and on and now I'm used to it
    This a lifestyle now and I don't know what else to do
    Got a war inside my soul and it's wantin' to break through
    I'm ready for Rehab, jus' do what ya gon' do

    Rehab, rehab, reha-ha-hab, ready for rehab
    Rehab, rehab, reha-ha-hab, ready for rehab
    Rehab, rehab, reha-ha-hab, ready for rehab
    Rehab, rehab, reha-ha-hab, ready for rehab
    Rehab

    Ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-check me in now
    Ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-check me in now
    Ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-check me in now

    Rehab, rehab, reha-ha-hab, ready for rehab
    Rehab, rehab, reha-ha-hab, ready for rehab
    Rehab, rehab, reha-ha-hab, ready for rehab
    Rehab, rehab, reha-ha-hab, ready for rehab
    RehabWriter/s: Brian Taylor, Le Crae Devaughn Moore, Marlon Montgomery, Thom Benjamin, Warren Harris
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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