Lyman Ellerman | The Addict

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The Addict

by Lyman Ellerman

"The Addict" is a song about addiction, written from the the addict’s perspective, that seeks only to remind us that addicts are human beings; they are our brothers and fathers, sisters and mothers, our sons and daughters.
Genre: Country: Americana
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“The Addict” is not an easy song to listen to without eliciting an emotional response. It’s not the feel-good song of the summer, and you probably won’t find yourself wanting to dance to it. It is a song about addiction, written from the addict’s perspective, that seeks only to remind us that addicts are human beings. They are people. They are our loved ones, our children, our mothers and fathers. They are more than their addiction.

Heroin and opiate addiction has reached epidemic proportions in the US, and the world in general. The problem is so big, the numbers so staggering, that it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that those who suffer from addiction are still human beings. “The Addict” attempts to make addiction personal, by putting a face on it.

“Addiction is one of the great tragedies of our time. We hope our song will raise a few eyebrows, and increase awareness of this devastating and destructive disease”. – Lyman Ellerman

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