"Wasted" as written by Rick Savage, Richard Allen, Steve Clark, Peter Willis and Joseph Elliott....
Well I've been lying awake all night just thinking of you
But a bottle of whiskey lies heavy obstructing my view
I've got a bottle of pills to give me my thrills
And I know I'm leading a life that kills

(Wasted)
I've wasted my time
(Wasted)
I'm shooting a line
(Wasted)
I'm stuck in a hole
(Wasted)
I'm losing control

I've been meaning to call, I've been wanting to phone
You see I don't like the thought of leaving you here alone
Well I've seen things down here that are fit for a queen
I've seen things down here that should never be seen

(Wasted)
I've wasted my money
(Wasted)
I've wasted you honey
(Wasted)
I'm out of my brain
(Wasted)
I'm going insane

I'm running in thin air, there's nothingness everywhere
I've gotta get out
(Won't you help me?)
I've gotta get out
(Won't you help me?)
I've gotta get out, oh won't you help me get out?

Thought I saw you just the other day
But it couldn't be you 'cause you had nothing to say
He's going away, they told all my friends
Well now I'll be stuck in here 'til the misery ends

(Wasted)
I've wasted my time
(Wasted)
I'm shooting a line
(Wasted)
I'm out of my head
(Wasted)
I wish I was dead


Lyrics submitted by spliphstar

"Wasted" as written by Richard Allen Rick Savage

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    General CommentThis song is pretty simple to explain, its about being depressed and drinkin away all your worries!
    Kurdt Roseon February 06, 2008   Link
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    General CommentNo it is more about the depression that sets in from drinking and drugging, not drinking and drugging to drive away depression. It is about how enough alcohol and Coke will make you want to kill yourself.
    mrobviouson September 28, 2009   Link

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