You drive me crazy
The way you way you do it
You like my drug but girl I can't abuse it

Baby girl I need distance
Time away from your image
No phone call you say I've missing
Now you the one reminiscing
Oh no

I need some distance
I need to
I need to distance from you yeh

All this time you kept me high
Got me on some trip I don't know why
I'm in way too deep I got no time
I need help with my mind I cannot lie
Yeh yeh

And I need to
So do you too
Way you talk and walk ain't usual
Lately I've been doing up late nights
Seeing stars I'm tripping of these break lights

You drive me crazy
The way you way you do it
You like my drug but girl I can't abuse it
And I can't keep going I'm trying
Fighting for piece of my mind yeh
My mind yeh

Know you gone hide me away
Keep me stuck in your ways like
I know I said its okay
Because I do the things that they won't do
And that's why you around girl I swear its true yeh

I'm hooked of your waistline
And I need to take time
Yeh yeh
Sleepless in daylight
Girl I don't know about you

I need some distance girl and I know that we made plans
You got me falling to deep and I need a new way out
I'm falling

You drive me crazy
The way you way you do it
You like my drug but girl I can't abuse it

Baby girl I need distance
Time away from your image
No phone call you say I've missing
Now you the one reminiscing
Oh no

I need some distance
I need to
I need to distance from you yeh

All this time you kept me high
Got me on some trip I don't know why
I'm in way too deep I got no time
I need help with my mind I cannot lie
Yeh yeh

And I need to
So do you too
Way you talk and walk ain't usual
Lately I've been doing up late nights
Seeing stars I'm tripping of these break lights


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    The best song on of the album.

    tsucolon October 14, 2002   Link

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