"Once Is Never Enough" as written by James Dickson Crichton, Ian Stevenson Crichton, James Gilmour, Michael Anthony Sadler and Stephen William Negus....
You say I can't then I have to
Have all the things I don't need
I guess it's human nature
The animal in me

You can call it my obsession
You've got me under your spell
If there's something I am wanting
I'll just help myself

Thrill of the chase
When you get what you want
Will that be enough
Thrill of the chase

When you find you can't stop
Once is never enough
I like to touch the fire
Maybe some day I'll get burned

After all this chasing
Don't think I'll ever learn
So when you see me coming
You can run but you can't hide

"Cause when I know just what I'm after
I won't stop until I die
Thrill of the chase
When you get what you want

Will that be enough
Thrill of the chase
When you find you can't stop
Once is never enough

I don't know what I want to
Have all the things that I don't need
It must be human nature
Or it's the animal in me

Thrill of the chase
When you get what you want
Will that be enough
Thrill of the chase

When you find you can't stop
Once is never enough
Thrill of the chase
When you get what you want

Will that be enough
Thrill of the chase
When you find you can't stop
Once is never enough


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"Once Is Never Enough" as written by Ian Stevenson Crichton James Dickson Crichton

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