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Who gets to leave with the picture from San Francisco
Whoe gets to leave with the one from Italy
The table and chairs should really be yours when you go
And the rug on the stairs can stay right here with me
You say you'll call when you get a number
You turn to go and you don't look back
There's gotta be more to this than that

There's gotta be more
Gotta be more
More than eenie meenie minie moe
Divide the past, let it go
Set the boxes in a row
It's down to who gets the car in the driveway
It's down to who gets the dog and the cat
There's gotta be more to this than that

Could this be right?
I feel like there's something missing
Shouldn't we fight or make some kind of scene?
We put on a smile and act like we're doing business
It's not our style to show how much this means
All our dreams and a few signed papers
In paper bags on the welcome mat
There's gotta be more to this than that

There's gotta be more
There's gotta be more
More than eenie meenie minie moe
Divide the past, let it go
Set the boxes in a row
It's down to who gets the car in the driveway
It's down to who gets the dog and the cat
There's gotta be more to this than that
It's down to who gets the car in the driveway
It's down to who gets the dog and the cat
There's gotta be more to this than that



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