"Narcotic" as written by and Wolfgang Schroedl....
So you face it with a smile
There is no need to cry
For a trifle's more than this
Will you still recall my name
And the month it all began
Will you release me with a kiss
Have I tried to draw the veil
If I have, how could I fail
Did I fear the consequence
Dazed by careless words
Cozy in my mind

I don't mind
I think so
I will let you go

Now you shaped that liquid wax
Fit it out with crater cracks
Sweet devotion my delight
Oh, you're such a pretty one
And the naked thrills of flesh and skin
Would tease me through the night
"Now I hate to leave you bare
If you need me I'll be there
Don't you ever let me down"
Dazed by careless words
Cozy in my mind

I don't mind
I think so
I will let you go

And I touched your face
Narcotic mind from lazed Mary-Jane
And I called your name
Like an addicted to cocaine calls for the stuff he'd rather blame
And I touched your face
Narcotic mind from lazed Mary-Jane
And I called your name
My cocaine

I don't mind
I think so
I will let you go


Lyrics submitted by bambi3k

"Narcotic" as written by Wolfgang Schroedl

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  • +4
    General CommentThis is the one song that always makes me feel powerful, it's like when I hear this song I just know everything's gonna be alright ... it hasn't got anything to do with the text, it's just the melody, so strong and powerful!
    SeventyTimes7_FBDon January 07, 2005   Link
  • +2
    General Commenti think this song is obviously metaphorical. the person who wrote the lyrics chose to depict his failed (or failing) relationship by relating it to an addiction to narcotics. i definitely think the point of view of this song is from a person who has been dumped, since he talks bout being "released", and the tone is obviously bitter..."so you faced it with a smile...a trifle's more than this". i'm pretty sure those lines were meant to be sarcastic. i can definitely relate to this song, which makes me like it 9348934 times more. plus, the melody is addicting (no pun intended). :]
    crg07eon August 17, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI think it is about a relationship and he compares it to drugs..

    That he is kind of addicted to her.. He calls her his cocaine..
    Link64on June 14, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commentgood song! is it just about drugs!? i think about love/relationship too..
    loon June 29, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song rules. this and wishlist form pearl jam were thw first mp3 i downloaded in my life. reminds me of one of my oldest and best firends, when i lived in mexico city.
    special.kon February 08, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentGreat song. It really takes me back in time. All this memories are atached to it...
    matejpon January 09, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is about his love to cocaine, but he plays with us hide and seek. And everybody think that is only metaphore, it isn't . This is about drugs
    R.P.Oi!on July 28, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt is about a broken relationship and he tries to let her go and don´t mind. He only mentions being on marijuana (Mary-Jane), cocaine is only a way to compare his addiction to her.
    michaelkon May 08, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think it's about the intense relief and freedom that follows when a guy breaks up with a girlfriend that "choked" him. It's an extremely optimistic and uplifting song, in my opinion.
    lolzorson November 07, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI love it. There's no need to say, it's a great song : awesome lyrics and very catchy.
    NarcoticMindon February 05, 2008   Link

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