Can't Feel My Face (2015)
"Abel Tesfaye has built a whole career around the relationship between drugs and love, primarily using the former to avoid feeling the latter (or, well, anything). "Can't Feel My Face" is his entry in the love-is-a-drug pantheon, and it's prototypical Weeknd—at least topically. "I can't feel my face when I'm with you, but I love it," he sings, and while Tesfaye usually sounds content to be left alone with drugs, here there's audibly a living, breathing person spiking his dopamine levels. This helps "Can't Feel My Face" come off less like Tesfaye wielding an overused trope and more like someone attempting to describe strange new emotions using the only language they understand—that of an addict."