"Addicted" as written by Michael J. Clervoix, Christopher Charles Lloyd, Daniel Jones and Adrian Jermaine Mobley....
When things are going down
And you want to pick it up
Why don't you try and do what I do
The way I know

To get you out of that slump is
To listen to music
That puts a smile on your face
I won't let you be down

So you better start jumping
'Cause you're making me ill
No one says when they grow up
They want to be an addict well,

I wouldn't have it another way
When things are going down
And you want to pick it up
Why don't you try and do what I do

I know some days you get dealt a bad hand
So listen to music
That puts a smile on your face
I won't let you be down

So you better start jumping
'Cause you're making me ill,
No one says when they grow up
They want to be an addict well,

I wouldn't have it another way
While your passing through my way
Give me some s-k-a
On my tonuue and in my veins,

I wouldn't have it another way
I'm only telling you once
I haven't told you before
That I can't stand people like you,

Thinking the way
I spend my time is all a shame,
You say we are all the same
But when you look at us you say

That could've been me
If I just followed my my dreams,
I'd rather do it now and regret it later,
Hey I wouldn't waste another day.

Why you tryin' to rule my world,
See the tables slowly turn
You're the one whose wasting their time
It's all a shame

But when you look at us you say
That could've been me
If I just followed my my dreams,
I'd rather do it now and regret it later,

Hey I wouldn't waste another day.
Why you tryin' to rule my world,
See the tables slowly turn
You're the one whose wasting their time

It's all a shame
You're all the same


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"Addicted" as written by Kevin R Baldes Kevin Baldes

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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