"Jason's Addiction" as written by Jason Perry, Daniel Carter, Mark Chapman, Giles Perry and Adam Perry....
Pretty scary how they know you
It depends on who you talk to
From the end to the beginning
Only happy when we're singing

Smiling for the camera
Crazy silly monsters
They think everything is great
Black and white not colour
Eight by ten, no bigger
Not tonight it ain't

You can try and put the face on
You can talk it but it goes wrong
You can put it in an album
Like the 90's never happened

Everything is easy,
But they don't believe me
I think I deserve a say
Beds are made for sharing
But I'm way past caring

[Repeat: x8]
Not tonight it ain't

Trying to remember,
Nothing lasts forever
Live before it gets too late
On the never ever
Pretty good together
Not tonight it ain't


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"Jason's Addiction" as written by Daniel Carter Adam Perry

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    General CommentArgh! How come I can never work out what songs are about? This one seems really straight forward too! Grrrr. I'm not stupid! I can't be! Please don't let me be stupid! :'( Great song though. Even though I don't usually like A. This one and a couple of their other's are superb.
    MattBGon July 24, 2002   Link
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    General Comment:'( one of my favourite 'A' songs. love those lyrics, very sentimental!
    lauz_infamyon October 12, 2002   Link
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    General CommentTalk about breaking down... fucking inlove completly with A.... I do love these lyrics... with every word that is used just seems to come emotions and stuff = )
    Trying to remember,
    Nothing lasts forever
    Live before it gets too late
    On the never ever
    Pretty good together
    Not tonight it ain't...

    urgh... Why cant i write things like that.
    Social-Rejecton August 14, 2007   Link

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