"Tug of War" as written by Carly Rae Jepsen and Ryan Stewart....
You seem to good
To good to be true
You're holding me stronger
Stronger then I'm used to

Don't go out with the boys tonight
I won't sleep a wink
Wondering what you're doing
Don't go out with the girls tonight
I will turn to drink
Wondering who you're screwing

Tug of War
Sweet as sin
I let go
I fell in
Feel the pull
Call your name
I'm alone
Once again

You seem to good
To good to be true
I'm loving you longer
Longer then I'm used to

Don't go out with the boys tonight
I won't sleep a wink
Wondering what you're doing
Don't go out with the girls tonight
I will turn to drink
Wondering who you're screwing


Lyrics submitted by rachaelm

"Tug of War" as written by Ryan Stewart Carly Rae Jepsen

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    General Commenti really love this song it, i think she has a really good vocals. and i will never geet tired of listening to this song
    coldplay-fanon March 07, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis song is really catchy!
    I really like her, her vocals are really good!
    Nikki--xoxoon March 29, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI love this song. And I can't sing a lot of sings good, but for some reason, I can sing this one. And isn't Carly Rae Canadian???? I heard that somewhere.
    I think the song's about a girl who's with this guy (like every song ;D ) and, yeah, the chorus explains it all. It's a tug of war. Love is a tug of war.
    cashewloveron July 06, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI think this part:
    Dont go out with the girls tonight, i will turn to drink wondering what youre proving.

    is supposed to be:
    Dont go out with the girls tonight, i will turn to drink wondering who you're screwing.

    It's what I hear anyways! And yup, she's Canadian!
    chelseameaganon July 31, 2009   Link

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