"Never Enough" as written by Jason Boesel, Stephen Michael Runion, Elizabeth Anne Berg, Alexander Greenwald and James B Valentine....
Felt like a first love
Slow summers and slow drugs
I thought I could keep up
You proved to be too much

The crew that we ran with
Did plenty of damage
The chaos, the madness
We couldn't be touched

And the party didn't end until the next one could begin

But it was never enough, never enough, never
It was never enough, never enough, never
Though you hoped it'd be
So hopelessly

You always played too rough
So hard that you drew blood
But I kept my mouth shut
I knew it would catch up

But none took you lightly
The wild scenes nightly
And you chased it wildly
Had us all on the run

And the party didn't end until the next one could begin

But it was never enough, never enough, never
It was never enough, never enough, never
Though you hoped it'd be
So hopelessly

And it was never enough, never enough, never
It was never enough, never enough, never
Though you hoped it'd be
So hopelessly

And I didn't know that I was wrong to try
To make you see the dying in your eyes
But you're never satisfied
And I finally realized

You were never enough, never enough, never
You were never enough, never enough, never
Though you hoped to be
So hopelessly

And we were never enough, never enough, never
We were never enough, never enough, never
Though we hoped to be
So hopelessly
So hopelessly
So hopelessly


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