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Music: j. allen
Lyrics: hall/s. allen/j. allen

Try to ignore the twisted side
We kiss and we hiss at the same time
Dont you know some things just dont blow away
Youve been this way before, but the cuts just seem to hurt me more
Could be a reason for the difference...

Youve been practicing
The art of heartbreak
Practing
The art of heartbreak

Anticipating what shes aching for
Im being edgy leave her wanting more
Anyone might think wed rather be alone
Yeah, shes been cut before by sharp things Ive been saying so long
I cant believe the way she takes it

Ive been practicing
The art of heartbreak
Practicing
The art of heartbreak

Why do we make it hard, been hitting back and forth for so long
What are we aiming at, theres no score in love
I bet a million bucks she knows but wont let up on me, so
Ive just decided to stop

Practicing the art of heartbreak
Practicing
The art of heartbreak
Weve been practicing



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