Jenna Wolf

Rookie (South Africa)

My Addiction


You're like a habit that gets under my skin
You're like a virus that's eating me from within
You're like an addiction
You're an addiction

You're like a chorus stuck in my brain
You're like that song that just drives me insane
You're like an addiction
You're an addiction

You're my rush when I need to get high
You're my low when I need to come down
You're like an addiction
You're an addiction

You're my drug of choice
You're the silence through all the noise
You're like an addiction
You're my addiction

Submitted: Tuesday, October 12, 2010

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