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You can have the t.v.
I'll take the radio
really, I don't want the t.v.
just please the radio
I'd like that chair if you don't want it
thank you
you keep the couch
you'll need a couch that's ok
you can keep the records
cause it's your sterio
really, I won't need the records
without a sterio
I'd like the kitchen chairs and table
thank you
you keep the bed
I'll buy a bed
that's ok
the books we can split in half
the pots and pan we'll do the same
the pictures on the wall
we can split in half
and you can have the scrabble game
the money in the bank
we can split in half
and you can have your single name
our friends, we can split in half
and we can each have half the lane
ok it's settled then
you can have the t.v.
I'll take the radio
really I don't want the t.v.
just please the radio
I'll like a lamp if you don't want it
thank you
you keep the couch you'll need a couch
that's ok
you keep the bed, I'll buy a bed
that's ok
the dog, you keep the dog
I'll come around and see him now and then



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