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Dan Seals and Cheryl Wheeler performs "Addicted"

"Addicted" is a song written by Cheryl Wheeler, first recorded in 1986. It was later recorded by country music artist Dan Seals and released as the lead single for his 1988 album, Rage On. It peaked at number one, and was his eighth consecutive number-one single. Blake Shelton covered the song as a bonus track on his 2011 album Red River Blue.

 

Dan Seals - Addicted Lyrics

 

She says she hates to sleep alone

but she'll do it to night

She wants to grab her telephone

but she knows it ain't right

So if he won't call, she'll survive

and if he don't care, she'll get by

Climb into bed, bury her head, and cry

From the beginning he was all anyone could have been

They were delirious with love

they were certain to win

Now he's breaking plans more and more

and he's leaving notes on her door

Took a trip out of town, couldn't turn this one down;

He said, "I guess I should have told you before."

She says she feels like she's addicted to a real bad thing,

Always sitting, waiting, wondering if the phone will ring,

She knows she bounces like a yo-yo when he pulls her string,

It hurts to feel like such a fool.

She wants to tell him not to call or come a round again,

He doesn't need her now at all the way that she needs him.

She's on the edge about to fall from leaning out and in,

And she don't know which way to move.

She wants to be fair, she couldn't say he was ever unkind,

But if she could bear to walk away

she thinks he wouldn't mind

'Cause he just keeps himself 

so apart and there's no one else in her heart,

So she's taking a dive from an emotional high and coming down hard.

She's determined to try

but she'll still give in when he gives her a call.

She'll ask herself why, but in the end it won't matter at all.

Sure, she could sit at home, stay inside 

and sleep alone with her pride

And as she walks out that door, she feels 

as weak as before with nothing to hide.

She says she feels like she's addicted to a real bad thing,

Always sitting, waiting, wondering if the phone will ring,

She knows she bounces like a yo-yo when he pulls her string,

It hurts to feel like such a fool.

She wants to tell him not to call or come a round again,

He doesn't need her now at all the way that she needs him.

She's on the edge about to fall from leaning out and in,

And she don't know which way to move.

She says she feels like she's addicted to a real bad thing,

Always sitting, waiting, wondering if the phone will ring,

She knows she bounces like a yo-yo when he pulls her string,

It hurts to feel like such a fool.

And she don't know which way to move.

It hurts to feel like such a fool.


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