"Drug (It's Just A State Of Mind)" as written by and John Nigel/rhodes Taylor....
[Chorus]
Take me every morning
Take me every night
Take me when you're feeling low
Take me when you want to stay
Up all night

Before you slip into the white
There's something I want you to know
In all your stretch of consciousness
You've still got a long way to go
Some make you spin
Some make you sweat
It's only here for you to choose
Some like it hot
But I like it wet, so tell me
What have we got to lose now?

[Chorus]

(A hit, a hit)
A hit to fit reality
It's just a state of mind
And you, and it - it's more than just
And that's what you've got to find
We'll make you spin
We'll make you sweat
All you have to do is choose me
And if you would try
And alternative high
Then tell me, what have we got to lose now?

[Chorus x 2]


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"Drug (It's Just a State of Mind)" as written by Simon John Le Bon Nick Rhodes

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    General CommentSex sex and more sex. :P also, nice reference to Power Station's "Some Like it Hot" haha

    not sure I like this song much. It reminds me a bit of the stuff off of Notorious(which I love) as far as the brass sounds go - but it's missing something. It feels hollow somehow, along with a lot of the other stuff on the album. Big Thing is definately one of DD's weaker albums, in my opinion.
    bubbleteaon October 14, 2007   Link
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    General Commentokay, I gotta admit. it's grown on me. :( it's just so crappy and trashy that it's good.
    bubbleteaon October 25, 2007   Link
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    General Commentindeed bubbletea, it sounds like American Science on acid. I gotta say I prefer the original version, you know, the one John Taylor nearly quit the band over :) it fits Big Thing more than the version that actually made it onto the album.
    Openanton February 16, 2008   Link

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