"Ask Her for Adderall" as written by and C Finn J Kubler....
If she asks, don't I'll tell her that I'm living hand-to-mouth.
Don't tell her that I'm sleeping on your couch.
And if she asks just tell her that we opened for the Stones,
It's her favorite band except for the Ramones.

And if she happens to suggest
A love based on trust and respect,
Tell I've been wasted since last week.
And if she wants to stop on by,
Tell her that I almost died.
Tell her I ain't seein' people yet.
Yeah but ask her to send cigarettes.

And if she calls don't tell her 'bout the bloodshed in the streets,
The less she knows the less she can repeat.
If she happens to bring up
The pin pricks and the throwin' up,
Tell her it's just part of growin' up.
If she wants to get involved,
Tell her to stay in St. Paul.
Tell her I ain't up for takin' calls,
But ask her for some Adderall.

Yeah 'cause we're gonna have to focus
If we're gonna fight this.
We gotta stay tenacious.

If she asks just tell her that we're too far gone to deal.
She should know exactly how that feels.
And if she wants a scene report,
Don't tell her 'bout the kicked in doors.
Tell her they ain't even keeping score no more.
And if she wants to help the cause,
Tell her we need tape and gauze.
Tell her she should look through all her medicine
To see if she's got Klonopin.

Cause I got all this anxiety.
Yeah I'm afraid she won't get high with me,
I got all this anxiety.

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"Ask Her for Adderall" as written by J Kubler C Finn


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    General Commentim 27 and i cant let my mom see how messed up i am, but she may help feed my habit so, i remain in contact
    rockbassarton September 22, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt's "Ask her for some Klonopin, cause I got so much anxiety Don't that make you wanna get high with me?"
    Lyllenaon March 30, 2010   Link

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