Addicted

Album: Diamonds And Studs (2009)
  • I wish I could forget your stupid name
    It's always staring right back at me
    Though everbody told me you were lame
    I thought that you were meant to be
    The reason why I dream at night
    But now I'm losing sleep

    You're addictive
    And its driving me to drink
    Your name it bleeds so endlessly
    You'll always be a part of me
    Yeah, you're addictive

    I wish that I could scratch you off my mind
    But I'm still sleeping in your t-shirts
    Of all the little scars you left behind
    There's only one that hurts
    And that's the reason why I cry at night
    And crave you every day

    You're addictive
    And its driving me to drink
    I can't fix it
    You were meant to be a fling
    So addictive
    And this needle filled with ink
    Your name it bleeds so endlessly
    You'll always be a part of me

    You're addictive

    And I tried so hard to quit
    I just can't get over it
    Can't believe it's come to this

    You're addictive
    And it's driving me to drink
    I can't fix it
    You were meant to be a fling

    You're addictive
    Your name it bleeds so endlessly -- yeah

    You're addictive
    And its driving me to drink
    I can't fix it
    You were meant to be a fling
    So addictive
    And this needle filled with ink
    Your name it bleeds so endlessly
    You'll always be a part of me Writer/s: CHANTAL CLARET, KRISTIAN OTTESTAD, PETER YANOWITZ
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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