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If I were to talk
And you didn't listen
The words I'd say
Would be words you were missing
And when we speak to each other
If we don't pay attention
It's like no words
Were ever said or ever mentioned

So if I want to know you
And you want to know me
Let's say our words
Let's share them listening carefully
'Cause when we speak to each other
If we don't pay attention
It's like no words
Were ever said or ever mentioned

It takes two, it takes two
One to talk and one to listen
It takes two
One to speak and one to hear
It takes two, it takes two
People are having conversations
It takes two, it takes two
Just me and you

(Instrumental Interlude)

And when we speak to each other
If none of us pay attention
It's like those words were left unsaid
Or they never mentioned

It takes two, it takes two
One to talk and one to listen
It takes two
One to speak and one to hear
It takes two, it takes two
People are having conversations
It takes two, it takes two
Me and you (Just me and you)

It takes two, it takes two
One to talk and one to listen
(It takes two)
One to speak and one to hear
(It takes two), it takes two
People are having conversations
It takes two, it takes two
Me and you



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