"Love Is the Drug" is a 1975 single from Roxy Music. A number two hit in the United Kingdom, it also gave the group its first substantial exposure in the United States, reaching number 30 in early 1976 on the U.S. pop singles chart and doing even better on progressive rock radio.
The song started as an Andy Mackay instrumental, but then gained lyrics from Bryan Ferry; Ferry said the song came to him while he was…
It ain't no big thing to wait for the bell to ring
It ain't no big thing the toll of the bell
Aggravated spare for days