"My Drug Buddy" as written by and Evan Dando....
She's coming over,
We'll go out walking,
Make a call on the way.

She's in the phone booth now,
I'm looking in.
There comes a smile on her face.

There's still some of the same stuff we got yesterday.
There's still some of the same stuff we got yesterday,
Yeah.

I'm too much with myself,
I wanna be someone else.
I'm too much with myself,
I wanna be someone else.
I'm too much with myself,
I wanna be someone else.

So we take off out Fiona's door,
Walk until it's light outside,
Like before when we were on the phone.

We have to laugh to look at each other.
We have to laugh 'cause we're not alone.

As the cars fly up King St.
It's enough to startle us,
It's enough to startle us

I love my drug buddy.
My drug, my drug buddy.
I love my drug buddy.
My drug, my drug buddy.


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"My Drug Buddy" as written by Evan Dando

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    General Commenthaha, self explanatory to say the least. any way this reminds me of being 22 years old and hanging out with the younger girls down at the coffee shop. even though we weren't doing drugs that sense of intimacy that you can get without being in love with someone feels real. i don't even know if that emotion is even real. maybe its just a good song and i want to connect it to someone. its a great song none the less.
    hendowankenobion October 30, 2009   Link
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    My InterpretationThis describes the situation I'm in vividly. I love this guy who smokes pot with me. He has a girlfriend though, It's the feeling of being in love with a person you do drugs with.
    blownawishon July 20, 2013   Link

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