Houston: 'I'm My Own Worst Enemy'

The Grammy-winning singer talks to Diane Sawyer in 2002 about her addictions.
2:19 | 02/12/12

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-- this is six times McEnroe. You know I think my friends we have good time. They get older you get wiser you know couple out of kick off I had no time -- plant and -- party. -- didn't -- -- -- in my twin peaks. It was a -- There was enough. I think I kind of reverted back as I get older and -- -- when -- -- the party. You know it was kind of -- in me you know did you think how dangerous ones. Now -- I would like she heroin -- anything. This says 730000. Dollar drug habit this is a headline. 730. When she is I wish you ever -- that letting me can share with anything. No -- -- was in the states. From the drug dealer -- and what -- thousand dollars with Yugoslav policy that seeks. Is that alcohol. Is of marijuana. -- cocaine is -- pills. It is a -- Times all. -- -- If you had to name the devil. For you the biggest double among them. I would be me. My. My heart and I want. And -- I don't. -- makes you do anything I don't want to do. It's my decision. Of the biggest -- and me coming and even my best friend and I would -- And then. Do you think of yourself is that I am addicted to view things. -- -- -- Making them. Of date. I think and I have. -- -- Which can be broken.

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