Song that addicted to you nowadays... ? 😥

Ahmed Ben Elgendy
I'm sorry, I don't quite understand this phrase or what you are asking. Maybe the reason is that in English we normally use "addicted" in the phrase "to be addicted to" in which the *subject* of "to be" is a person or an animate being and what comes after the second "to," i.e., the preposition after "addicted," is usually a thing that is the cause of the "addiction." That is, once could say "I am addicted to that song," not *"That song (is) addicted to me," and indeed this is a figurative usage of the phrase since its normal context is clinical addiction, e.g., "He is addicted to heroin."

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