"Addicted" as written by Michael J. Clervoix, Christopher Charles Lloyd, Daniel Jones and Adrian Jermaine Mobley....
I'm so addicted to
All the things you do
When you're going down on me
In between the sheets
Oh the sounds you make
With every breath you take
It's unlike anything
When you're loving me

Oh girl lets take it slow
So as for you well you know where to go
I want to take my love
And hate you till the end

It's not like you to turn away
From all the bullshit I can't take
It's not like me to walk away

I'm so addicted to
All the things you do
When you're going down on me
In between the sheets
Oh the sounds you make
With every breath you take
It's unlike anything
When you're loving me

Yeah

I know when it's getting rough
All the times we spend
Trying to make
This love something better than
Just making up again

It's not like you to turn away
All the bullshit I can't take
Just when I think I can walk away,

I'm so addicted to all the things
You do when you're going on me
In between the sheets
All the sounds you make
With every breathe
It's unlike anything

I'm so addicted to the things you do
When you're going down on me
All the sounds you make
With every breath you take
It's unlike anything when you're loving me

When you're loving me

How can I make it through
All the things you do
There's just got to be more to you and me

I'm so addicted to all the things you do
When you're going down on me
In between the sheets
All the sounds you make
With every breath you take
It's unlike anything
It's unlike anything

I'm so addicted to
All the things you do
When you're going down on me

All the sounds you make
With every breath You take
It's unlike anything
I'm so addicted to you
Addicted to you


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"Addicted" as written by Jason Todd Null Jared Weeks

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  • +2
    General Comment@wingedxc
    Learn some manners, dude. Just because you don't like this song doesn't mean you can insult people who do. I admit I *am* a suburban teenager, and I may have the personality and intelligence of wet cardboard (leastways according to you), but even I, being wet cardboard, know to be polite.
    Personally I love this song. I think it's totally sexy - meaning sexual - and not just the lyrical content. The whole song, riffs and chords and all, has a very sexual tone to it - leastways I think so. And I can't say I can personally identify with it but I do know what it means. The whole idea of being with someone you don't really love only because they're a good lay. Though the guy, the voice or whatever, seems to be a good guy - leastways he's trying to "make this something better than/just making love again" which is more than most guys would do.
    ramblinrokrgrlon June 01, 2008   Link
  • +2
    General Comment@cso1982
    Like ramblinrokrgrl, I listen to all music genres. Even Bob Segar as you mentioned. Yet I still like this song. Yes, it might be clique, but that doesn't mean that it's not good. I'm in a relationship that this song describes pretty much perfectly, but I'd still like it if I wasn't. Plus, there are songs that are "pretty much" like every other song, same meaning, and bands that sound a lot like others. But seriously, if there was only one band that only wrote one song about a topic, not everyone in the world would like it.

    @wingedfeetxc

    I agree with ramblinrokrgrl again, you do need to learn some manners. You can express your opinion without being so damn hateful. Anyways, these lyrics aren't stupid, lyrics like "Chicken Noodle Soup with a Soda on the side" are. Some people, like me, ARE in relationships like this, and it's not STUPID. It's just a confusing relationship they haven't figured out what to do with quite yet. And just so you know, just because I compare to this song doesn't mean my intelligence is "like a wet cardboard box". I had Straight A's. Intelligence has nothing to do with liking a song.
    mizdameanor316on July 10, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General Commentit sounds too much like hinder, buckcherry and all that other bullshit you hear on any rock station, so it'll probably get played like crazy and people will love this song so bravo
    ohmyhighon March 06, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General Commentbut i guess it's a good song for a mass audience, therefore radio material.
    ivana89on June 01, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentSigh. I learned to write in a shit inner city public school so my grammar sucks. My girlfriend (an english major) teases me about this all the time. Doesn't change a damn thing though. I now work in the music industry and I can honestly say this is one of the worst/most hilarious songs I've ever heard. All you little teenage shits need to go watch This Is Spinal Tap and see that this song is today's version of Spinal Tap. The lyrics are horrible and sound like the were written by a 15 year old. Musically, the song is a cliched rip off of stuff that was complete shit almost a decade ago. Please, don't fill your minds with this crap.
    wingedfeetxcon June 03, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentSDSlovesCMP777-you're gonna compare Red, a CHRISTIAN band...to this band singing about screwing? Wow...um...no.
    MusicxJunkieon July 01, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General Commenti agree with ohmyhigh 99%
    IONxisxloveon March 31, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General CommentSayanything21, you are clearly mistaken. This song is obviously lyrical genius in it's finest form. In fact, for me to say that Saving Abel has ascended into Rock Valhalla via the complex lyrical nuances and undertones in this multifaceted and richly layered work of art would actually be an insult to them and the work they've done advancing the vanguard of artistic emotive expression in rock music. Therefore I will refrain from doing so.
    Jeemaon April 22, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentHah.

    Buckcherry was hardly played until their new album.

    Hinder and Buckcherry are about as opposite as you can get and still be in the modern rock genre.

    Saving Abel is ver original. They have an almost (Hate to say it) pop kind of element in their music, but still manage to stay a solid rock band, nothing like Blink or Sum 41 (not to say I dislike them). Saving Abel is awesome. As for the song, he feels like he can't take the relationship anymore, but at the same time, he's "addicted to her", he can't leave her.
    Giantsfanon March 10, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is honestly the worst song I've ever heard in my life. Musically it is unbelievably cliched and calculated to appeal to suburban teenagers who think that they are angst-ridden because the media tells them they are supposed to be. I mean, what is this? Post-post-post grunge? Do these guys aspire to be Nickleback?

    Lyrically, I don't think I've ever heard lyrics this puerile and just....stupid. Are they trying to be deep here? How old are these people that they think what they are singing actually means something? This is not even sophomoric, I would have been embarrassed to write such pap when I was in 8th grade.

    I hate to say this but if you connect at all with these lyrics then you are likely have the personality and intelligence of cardboard and not even the good cardboard, the weak stuff that falls apart far as soon as it gets wet. Please do yourself a favor and expand your horizons and listen to something does not reflect so poorly upon you as a human being.
    wingedfeetxcon March 25, 2008   Link

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