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Artist:Taking Back Sunday
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Track:Theres No I In Team
 
Date Added:18/10/2007
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Views:418
 
Lyrics:Well I can't regret,
can't you just forget it?
I started something I couldn't finish

And if we go down,
we go down together
best friends means,
well best friends
means

And I've got a twenty-dollar bill
that says you're up late night starting

fist fights versus fences in your backyard
Wearing your black eye like a badge of honor

Soaking in sympathy
from friends who never loved you
nearly half as much as me


Broken down in bars and bathrooms
All I did was what I had to
Don't believe me
when I tell you
it's just what anyone would do
Take the time to talk about it
Think a
lot and live without it
Don't believe me when I tell you
it's something
unforgivable...ohoh

Well I can't regret,
can't you just forget it?
I started
something I couldn't finish
If we go down,
we go down together
best friends means,

well best friends means

You never knew
well i never told you...
Everything
I know about breaking hearts
I learned from you, it's true
I've never done it with the
style and grace you have
But I've made long term plans
based on these mistakes


Broken down in bars and bathrooms
All I did was what I had to
Don't believe me
when I tell you
it's just what anyone would do
Take the time to talk about it
Think a
lot and live without it
Don't believe me when I tell you
it's something unforgivable


Is this what you call tact?
I swear you're as subtle as a brick in the small of my
back
so let's end this call,
and end this conversation
there's nothing worse...

(that's right he s
 
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