You’re the poison running through my veins
You are the reason for all my pains
I have one taste and I just want more
I turn around and shut the door
It doesn’t matter who gets tricked
As long as you are my next fix!
Morning noon and night and sometimes in between
When I have you, you’re the devil, and I turn unusually mean
But I don’t care
As long as you are there
In my cupboard by my bed
You’re the only thought in my head
I hate you, then I love you, I don’t know what to do
The effects can be so tragic, oh devil, what are you?
The devil answers back
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