This Ode To Adderall Pays Homage To Every College Student’s Favorite Focus Pill (Video)

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A trio of UPenn boys by the name “Hey Day” wrote an ode to Adderall that may be the best thing we’ve heard all morning. It really sheds some light on the up-all-night, can’t eat, can’t sleep feelings induced by this little pill.

Most college kids have dabbled with Adderall at least once in their academic careers because, let’s be serious, how else are you expected to study all night about a subject you couldn’t care less about?

If this little tune doesn’t bring you back to your library days and nights, well, then I just don’t know what you were doing in college.

H/T: Total Sorority Move, Photo Courtesy: Tumblr

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Ashley comes to Elite Daily from the happiest valley in State College, Pennsylvania. She was born and raised between New York and South Florida, but spent the most fun years at Penn State. Her time spent there proved you can have the best time of your life by doing things you can't remember while simultaneously pursuing a political science degree. She divides her time between binge-watching “Entourage,” giving unwanted opinions and convincing herself that she will one day marry Dwyane Wade. For more unadulterated fun follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @Disco_Infern0.

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