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He's talking about pulling everything
He's talking about being on his own
He's starting to see it's all a game to him
He's starting to see it's all a lie
He's contemplating suicide!

A Thousand days of my life go bye
I try to figure out 'When and Why'
Well I don't care about you.
Everything is changing and out worlds collide
I've always had the thing you'll never find
Well I don't care about you.

Not anymore, because I've seen it all before.

She's thinking about his endless sympathy
Remembers the days he was on her side
Too many guys have turned to enemies
She's counting the stars that she's alive
She's gonna leave 'em all behind.

A Thousand days of my life go bye
I try to figure out 'When and Why'
Well I don't care about you.
Everything is changing and it's all a lie
I've always had the thing you'll never find
Well I don't care about you.

Not anymore, because I've heard it all before!

A Thousand days of my life go bye
I try to figure out 'When and Why'
Well I don't care about you.
Everything is changing and it's all a lie
I've always had the thing you'll never find
Well I don't care about you. [?]
Well I don't care about you.
No I don't care about you.



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