"Addicted" as written by Paul Michael Barry, Mark Taylor and Enrique Iglesias....
I was born in the 80's with that summer time love
Then changed the whole game like what have I done
At the gutter I come to touch the bright sun
And from the highest heights
Mother fucker I jump

Free in the sky I believe I can fly
There no telling what there selling
When there's sheep in the sky
Keep this is mind I keep all my crimes
I do it when I wanna do it

Explosive ferocious get up and down that's show biz
Power to the people that have freedom in their focus
I hope this helps you when your under the thumb
Feel like nothing can save you
When feel like jumping the gun
Stop relax and remember even in the first weather
You'll find a way cross there be brighter days honest
So get up get down get something that's on the real world
Forget what you been taught and show these people how you feel like

Who are you to tell me how to live my life (my life)
'Cause I won't give this up
These are my shoes my view my cue
To say I do give a fuck
Everyday it's a moment I will be alright
'Cause everyday's another chance to ignite

Lyrics submitted by MaddS2

"Addicted" as written by Max Donald Mackinnon Jonathan Vincent Notley


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    My InterpretationTo me it's like they're having a go at the Government, or Governments around the world even. "Who are you to tell me how to live my life? / I do give a fuck [about my country/what's going on]", and the references to war, and religion. I also really like this line: "I heard you don't have to wear a suit to argue the truth" because it's so true.

    Then the positive spin is pushing for peace, making change for the better and feeling addicted to life, and actually living life. It's got a lot of light and shade in it.

    I don't normally care for hiphop songs but I do like this one, I think it has some good messages.
    60_miles_an_houron February 06, 2011   Link

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