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What's the score I can't tell anymore
Are we winning, are we losing, are we tied?
What's the score it ain't what it was before
Can anybody tell me what's the score.


I hurt you and you hurt me
Seems we both just try to see
How far we can push each others hearts
And it's a never ending game
Where the rules don't stay the same
And the more we play
The more we're forced apart.

What's the score I can't tell anymore
Are we winning, are we losing, are we tied?
What's the score it ain't what it was before
Can anybody tell me what's the score.

I forgive and you do too
Seems that's all we ever do
And I'm not sure who's turn it is today
I break your heart you break mine
We're about to cross the line
Where the game of loves no longer fun to play

What's the score I can't tell anymore
Are we winning, are we losing, are we tied?
What's the score it ain't what it was before
Can anybody tell me what's the score.



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