“Not Enough” by Juice WRLD

There are a number of love songs, including “Not Enough”, featured on “Fighting Demons” – none of which are apparently based on what we would generally classify as a perfect romance. Or being more blunt, Juice WRLD was the kind of person where two things were always on his mind – firstly “fighting demons” like depression and anxiety, which secondly could be achieved through the consumption of drugs. 

You can view the lyrics, alternate interprations and sheet music for Juice WRLD's Not Enough at Lyrics.org.

So all things considered, this may be as close to a carefree love song that we may ever hear from him.

Yes, here also we are treated to the traditional Juice pessimistic disposition towards life, one whereas he feels he may not “see tomorrow” and even then doesn’t really care. But in this case, it isn’t only that he met a woman who he enjoys being with amorously. 

Furthermore, he actually relishes getting high/drunk with her. But that’s not to say that she’s like a junkie or anything. Rather she is totally involved in the vocalist’s drug life, seemingly even at times keeping him from consuming too much. 

So to Juice, maybe the world itself is depressing. But as far as this particular relationship is concerned he has found true relief, i.e. a partner who values him, on top of enjoying the same things that he does.

Juice WRLD's "Not Enough" Lyrics

Release Date of “Not Enough”

“Not Enough” was released on 10th December, 2021 as part of the album, “Fighting Demons”. The track, lasting two minutes, fifty-one seconds is the album’s tenth track.

The album was officially released by Universal Music Group’s Interscope Records and Lil Bibby’s Grade A Productions.

Two official singles, “Already Dead” and “Wandered to LA” were released prior to the album launch. A third single, “Girl of My Dreams” was also put out to aid the promotion of the album.

Credits

“Not Enough” was composed by Juice himself with assistance from the following:

  • KBeaZy
  • Christopher Barnett
  • Dr. Luke
  • Jay Craig
  • PD

The song was produced through the collaborative efforts of the aforementioned writers (excluding WRLD and Barnett).

Not Enough

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