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Today was just another day
Emotionless and stale
Everytime I try to reach you
I always seem to fail

You're living in this shell
And you don't recognize your sin
You've taken not just me for granted
But the world you're living in

And so you stand there
And you pray for God to see
But the only one you have to be
Honest to is me

You are a drug,
I cannot quit you
You are a drug,
I'm still lonely with you
You're not in love,
But I still need to
Hold on to you
What have I gotten into?

Everytime I get a taste of you
It keeps me wanting more
Yeah, I suffocate from all the words
You said to me before

It seems as though you speak to me
As if it isn't sure
I know I fight for something
But what am I fighing for?

And so I stand there
And I pray for God to see
I just need the strength alone
To do what's best for me

You are a drug,
I cannot quit you
You are a drug,
I'm still lonely with you
You're not in love,
But I still need to
Hold on to you
What have I gotten into?

And this world is fast
It's passed me by
But you're still here
And I don't know why
You've lost your smile
But we can try
To bring it back to life

You are a drug,
I cannot quit you
You are a drug,
I'm still lonely with you
You're not in love,
But I still need to
Hold on to you
What have I gotten into?
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