Eric Erdman

Eric Erdman

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Folk - Americana | Mobile, Alabama, United States
Total Song Plays: 41   
Member Since: 2015
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Plays:

3

Song Description

Our society tends to try to fix an additive person's personality by saying, "Stop being addictive". This is obviously horrible advice. An addictive person can no longer stop being addictive than they can stop wanting air. A better solution for the addictive person is for them to find something positive to be addicted to as opposed to something negative. This song is about finding that positive thing.

Lyrics

I could never say no to the bottle
And once I am in I'm all in
Life for me has always been full throttle
And I was sure that's how mine would end

I get carried away
The sky is never the limit
I have to have more
excess in spades
I can't help myself when I get carried away

But baby you found something to love inside me
that I didn't even know was there
You showed me what matters most
By showing you truly care

That's the day I crawled from the bottle
left my old life in the ashtray
I kept my passion of excess but now
My only addiction is loving you baby

I get carried away
The Sky is never the limit
I want you more and more
excess in spades
When it comes to you I can't help myself when I get carried away

Life is so uncertain
So I know it's urgent
That I let you know

For all you've done for me
I'll love you til the day
6 strong men come

and

I get carried away
I finally see if the sky is the limit
I want you to know
You made my life a better place
And
I 'll be thinking of you when I get carried away

Song Length
3:26
Genres
Blues - Rock, Jazz - Lounge
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
On Cloud Nine, Delighted

Subject Matter
Addiction, Madly In Love

Similar Artists
Ben Taylor, Amos Lee
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Eric Erdman and Wes Loper
Music Credits Eric Erdman
Producer Credits Eric Erdman and Jimmy Nutt
Publisher Credits Powerline Music
Performance Credits Eric Erdman