Album: Couples (2008)
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  • You know what it's like
    This happens to everyone, once or twice

    You were driving off in a taxi
    Leaning out the window and shouting your number
    But I got me, I got away by the skin of my teeth that time
    And you were telling me, you were dancing close to me
    And you were telling me you had an idea

    But don't say I shouldn't worry 'til the morning 'cause I'm worrying now
    I got a boy and we've been together you see
    Before I knew you
    Before you knew me

    [Chorus: ]
    Now I've made my choice
    And I'm sticking to it
    Guilt has nothing, nothing to do with it
    Guilt has nothing, nothing to do with it
    Guilt has nothing to do with it

    We were driving off in a taxi
    You were looking out the window
    And I was looking down at the floor
    There's nothing to say anymore
    We both know why we're here
    And now you tell me
    You've got me in your room
    And now you're telling me you want this to work

    But don't say I shouldn't worry ?til the morning ?cause I?m worrying now
    I got a boy and we've been together you see
    Before I knew you
    Before you knew me

    [Chorus: ]

    So tell me when you're out next
    So I don?t go out too
    Then make a fool of myself again
    So tell me when you?re out next
    So I don?t go out too
    Then make a fool of myself again

    [Chorus: ]

    I got a boy and we've been together you see
    Before I knew you
    Before you knew me

    [Chorus: ]

    You know what it's like
    This happens to everyone once or twice Writer/s: JEREMY JOHNSON, MARK ROSLANOWSKI, NICHOLAS ALLSOPP, NICHOLAS COX, NICHOLAS SELLARS
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