Treasure Island

Kelly Zion

(11/27/1994)

Addicted To You


I'm addicted to you,
I can't get enough of you
I suffer from withdrawal
when I'm away from you.
They say I'm obsessed,
I'm happily obsessed,
I'm addicted to you,
I need you,
I'm hooked on you,
I'd die without you,
I live for you,
I'm addicted to you.
Drugs can kill you
and mess you up
but love never hurts you
if it's true love,
unfeigned love
baby, our love
is the only sweet addiction.
Baby, music
help heal the hurting,
soothes the soul,
but baby, all the songs
mean nothing
compared to you
you're my sweet addiction.
You're my love,
you're the sweetest thing
in this life
you make me so happy
to be alive
baby, you're my addiction
let me hold you, baby
I suffer from withdrawal
let me hear you, baby,
your sweet Southern drawl.
I'm nothing without you,
you make me whole,
baby, I hope you don't mind that I'm
addicted to you.

Submitted: Thursday, April 25, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 25, 2013

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