When I think about all the things I've been through
I should thank my lucky stars
I'm not exactly old, but I'm not that young
I don't know what I've done more damage to, my liver or my heart
And I've got 16 years of this town in my lungs

I look around cuz I know there's gotta be a better way
I keep moving on
You get so down there comes a time you gotta look at yourself and say
"What am I doing wrong?"

I don't mind if I get strung out,
If she picks me up when I'm down
I need someone to love
And I think I might need a drug I can put my arms around

Well there ain't much that I can give to her
But rest assured I'll give it my all
It's hard to make it big when you're trying to make last call
I'll break my back trying to track down some cash and make it out
When all I need is her
She took my heart out of the can before the trash is taken out
And I owe thanks to her

I don't mind if I get strung out,
If she picks me up when I'm down
I need someone to love
And I think I might need a drug I can put my arms around

Lights out, don't you worry let me get the next round
No wife, no life, just a past and some useless stripes
And the grass ain't so green over here on my side,
But with her around, there's a chance it'll be all right

I look around because I know there's gotta be a better way
I keep moving on
There comes a time when you gotta look at yourself and say
"What am I doing wrong?"

I don't mind if I get strung out,
If she picks me up when I'm down
I need someone to love
And I think I might need a drug I can put my arms around


Lyrics submitted by RavenSan

Drug Hugger song meanings
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