• All my folks and all you folks
    We all beat around and keep our hopes
    And talk drugs
    We can take drugs
    We can talk drugs

    Measuring the weight in a flash and they
    Anesthetized by the things that we say
    For drugs
    Oh for drugs
    For drugs
    For drugs

    We are looking for counsel
    We are looking for a place to dissolve
    What could be the answer
    To the voice at the end of a call
    But just a little feeling
    Just to replace it all
    Just to replace it all
    Just to replace it all

    We write the lines in the palms of our hands
    Revising the terms in our list of demands
    For drugs
    Oh for drugs
    For drugs
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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