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Not An Addict Chords (ver.1)

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Not An Addict Chords (ver.1)

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                Breathe it in and breathe it out
And pass it on, it's almost out
We're so creative, so much more
We're high above but on the floor

It's not a habit, it's cool, I feel alive
If you don't have it you're on the other side

E                       A6
The deeper you stick it in your vein
    G6        
The deeper the thoughts, there's no more pain
E              A6
I'm in heaven, I'm a god
G6
I'm everywhere, I feel so hot

E
It's not a habit, it's cool, I feel alive
If you don't have it you're on the other side
I'm not an addict (maybe that's a lie)

E              Dsus2
It's over now, I'm cold, alone
Gsus4
I'm just a person on my own
E               Dsus2
Nothing means a thing to me
Gsus4
(Nothing means a thing to me)

           E           F#      A
It's not a habit, it's cool, I feel alive
             E              F#      A
If you don't have it you're on the other side
            E      F#    A    
I'm not an addict (maybe that's a lie)

E        Dsus2
Free me, leave me
Gsus4
Watch me as I'm going down
E        Dsus2
Free me, see me
Gsus4                       E               Dsus2
Look at me, I'm falling and I'm falling.

E
It is not a habit, it is cool I feel alive i feel
           E           F#      A
It is not a habit, it is cool I feel alive
           E           F#      A
It's not a habit, it's cool, I feel alive
             E              F#      Bb
If you don't have it you're on the other side
            E      F#    A         E      F#    A
I'm not an addict (maybe that's a lie)
            E      F#    A
I'm not an addict...
            E      F#    A
I'm not an addict...
            E      F#    A
I'm not an addict...
            
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