Sugar Rush
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I get a high whenever you're around
Sweeping from my head to my toes
I gotta get my feet back on the ground

Cuz you make me go out of my way
Crossing the line making me say what I have in mind

You make me so excited
And I don't wanna fight it
I start to blush
You are my Sugar Rush
Ain't nothing better baby
Is it for real or maybe?
I start to blush
You are my Sugar Rush

I got a sweet tooth and a taste for you
It might me too obvious but
I can't help my self from what I do

Cuz you make me go out of my way
Crossing the line
Making me say what I have in mind

You make me so excited
And I don't wanna fight it
I start to blush
You are my Sugar Rush
Ain't nothing better baby
Is it for real or maybe?
I start to blush
You are my Sugar Rush

Baby you're my Sugar Rush
I get weak and talk too much
You're the sweetest thing I ever tasted
Baby you're my Sugar Rush
I get weak and talk too much

Cuz you make me go out of my way
Crossing the line
Making my say what I have in mind

You make me so excited
And I don't wanna fight it
I start to blush
You are my Sugar Rush
Ain't nothing better baby
Is it for real or maybe?
I start to blush
You are my Sugar Rush

Baby you're my Sugar Rush
I get weak and talk too much
You're the sweetest thing I ever tasted

Baby you're my Sugar Rush
I get weak and talk too much
You are my Sugar Rush

Song facts

Sugar Rush was A-Teens' third single from their second album "Teen Spirit".

The song was released on radio in April 2001 and the video in May 2001 but failed to get the public's attention around Europe. However, the song was a hit in Latin America and Asia, and the video was often played in North America where it was nominated for "Best Video of the Year" at the Kids Choice Awards in 2001 but 'N Sync won the award with "Pop".

The single release had a B side, "Give it Up" that was later included on the Re-Issue of the second album, "Teen Spirit".

"Sugar Rush" peaked at number-fifteen in Sweden and number seventy-two in Germany becoming (at that time) the lowest chart positions for the A-Teens in both countries, Mexican radio embraced the track and it reached number-two on its fifth week in the Top 100 while in Argentina the band scored another Top 20 when it climbed to number-eleven.

Several remixes of the song were added to dance compilations in Europe, Asia and Latin America.

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