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Heroin, She Said (3:49)

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Walking down the streets at night
I see her stumbling through the rain
A skinny figure in the dark
Her face a shade of gray

Wolfsheim - Heroin, She Said Lyrics


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  • good song
  • their best by far
  • trainspotting makes me want to do heroin every time i see it or read the book. not exactly a deterrent. the basketball diaries, now, thats a realistic deterring depiction. not everything's for everyone but if you're going to try it you're going to try it. i hate the negative stigma people apply to drugs because they had bad personal experiences with them.
  • I could never try heroin. I know too many people who did and I planned to learn from their mistakes. That, and watching Trainspotting... *shudder*.
  • Standout on the album, that's for sure.
  • Awesome song)
  • My favourite song :3
  • I'm so glad to see there are still some people who don't think the high outweighs all the risks, Safiana. Getting off drugs was so difficult for me. And even though I've been clean over two years, every time I get upset it comes back to mind. Even knowing everything that had happened. Would I do it again? No. I want to live long enough to be a great wife for my fiance and eventually a mother. But it still haunts my mind more than I'd care to admit. Jahx if you've never tried it, be grateful and "just say no".
  • Well said, mindismovinglow. Life on heroin can hardly even be described as life. It's just an existence. And, yes, you will NEED it just to function on the most basic of levels & to feel like you're still a human. Heroin is an insidious drug. It doesn't addict you like cocaine. It is an addiction that comes up from behind & envelopes your life. I've heard too many people, as they begin to use heroin, say "This isn't that addictive." Then, they try to quit.. >_< To risk so much to feel high for a few hours is not even close to worth it. There is no freedom in opiate dependence.
  • "Makes me want to do heroin....NOW" Seriously??? Trust me, you don't. This isn't a GOOD feeling he's describing. Its confusion, angst, feeling lost, hurt, alone. Hating yourself. Detatched. Shooting up to feel anything at all and doing anything for the next hit. Stuff you never would have before. Its terrible. And its so hard to quit. Like you'll die. You do not want that life for yourself.

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