Addicted

Album: They Call Me Cadillac (2010)
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  • Your love is a drug
    That I just can't get off of my shoulders
    There's never enough
    And I am the junkie and it's taken over

    I've never tasted something so pure
    You're either the death or the cure

    'Cause I'm achin', I'm sweatin'
    This lonely ain't helpin'
    If only you'd stay for the night

    Been hooked on that feeling
    That high that you're dealing
    Just look what you've done to my life

    I found what was missin'
    And I can't resist it
    Oh, baby, I'm addicted

    Just like alcohol
    Cigarettes and cocaine
    You started my heart
    And you run through my veins

    And I'm constantly cravin'
    I'm chancin' and chasin'

    And I'm achin', I'm sweatin
    This lonely ain't helpin'
    If only you'd stay for the night

    Been hooked on that feeling
    That high that you're dealing
    Just look what you've done to my life

    I found what was missin'
    And I can't resist it
    Yeah, baby, I'm addicted
    Yeah, baby, I'm addicted

    Your love is a drug
    That I just can't get
    Off of my shoulders Writer/s: BEVERLEY GREEN, DAVID JUSTIN CRAWFORD
    Publisher: Songtrust Ave, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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