My Favourite Game

Album: Gran Turismo (1998)
Charted: 14
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  • I don't know what you're looking for
    You haven't found it baby that's for sure
    You rip me up and spread me all around
    In the dust of the deed of time

    And this is not a case of lust you see
    It's not a matter of you versus of me
    It's fine the way you want me on your own
    But in the end it's always me alone

    And I'm losing my favourite game
    You're losing your mind again
    I'm losing my babay
    Losing my favourite game

    I only know what I've been working for
    Another you so I could love you more
    I really thought that I could take you there
    But my experiment is not getting us anywhere

    I had a vision I could turn you right
    A stupid mission and a lethal fight
    I should have seen it when my hope was new
    My heart is black and my body is blue

    And I'm losing my favourite game
    You're losing your mind again
    I'm losing my favourite game
    You're losing your mind again

    I'm losing my baby
    Losing my favourite game

    I'm losing my favourite game (losing my favourite game)
    You're losing your mind again (I've tried)
    I've tried but you're still the same (I've tried)

    I'm losing my baby
    You're losing a saviour and a saint Writer/s: Nina Persson, Peter Anders Svensson
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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