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Phineas And Ferb – Me, Myself And I lyrics

Candace: Me, myself and I
Don't see eye to eye
Me, myself and I
Don't get along
Me, myself and I
Can finally say goodbye
This collaboration always felt so wrong
Busting Candace: There's two of us on the scene
And I don't want to sound mean
But I'll tell you that I'm happy without me
I've been holding me back
But now I'm on my own track
We're done. Finito, I'm free

Romance Candace: From here on out
We can both exist peacefully
Without all of this struggle and internal strife
Busting Candace: (Internal strife)
Romance Candace: Now that we're separate, we can do anything
So don't let the door hit you
Have a nice life
Busting Candace: (Have a nice life)


Busting Candace: I'm through with myself
I'm better off without her
Romance Candace: (Myself and I)
Busting Candace: I'm through with myself
I'm better off without her
Me, myself and I
Don't get along
Romance Candace: (Without her)



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