"My Addiction" as written by Darryl Matthews Mcdaniels, Joseph Ward Simmons and Rick Rubin....
My addiction makes me piss on floors
And go home with these scabby whores
I took to much lsd
Now I'm in I see you at mre
Cocaine and coors come out my pores
Pukin' in the kitchen down on all 4's
My heads an earthquake I sweat and shake
Ashes on a coke can ready to melt a cake

Spittin' blood, pickin' sores, fuck cuttin' the line
Stick the straw in the bag and do it all at one time
Fuckin' chicken heads wearin' house shoes and rollers
Tried to pawn a remote control as a motorola
Got it beat bop pubu pull lip and tug
Pooky and snoop-snoop and some other thug
Blacked out in the crack house and wet my pants

I almost died, dove out the ambulance
My dads jack daniels kicked the cockerspaniels
First I did a bump off my high school annual
Gettin' geeked hit the toilet for a quick jackoff
By the time I got a nut I rip my dickskin off
Punched a hole in the wall, I got crabs on my balls
And I'm lookin' for a pepple in the carpet in the hall

Runnin' from drug raids, my brains an arcade
My family's afraid I got aids
My addiction makes me piss on floors
And go home with these scabby whores
I took to much lsd
Now I'm in I see you at mre
My addiction
My addiction
My addiction
My addiction


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"My Addiction (Interlude)" as written by Joseph Ward Simmons Darryl Matthews Mcdaniels

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    General CommentThe first time I heard this song, back I was still doing drugs and they weren't yet doing me -- I wet my pants laughing. A little further into my addictions, after my old man went to jail strung out on meth, I listened to this song over and over the whole way to the jail to visit him. It was my attempt at a reality check, I was trying to confront my problem with his cause he was just a little further gone than me. But I kept on using until I found myself just exactly as hopelessly degraded as this song expresses. Not laughing anymore.
    nicole127on July 14, 2010   Link

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