"Who's Counting" as written by Roger Kent Springer, Reese Wilson and Tony Martin....
It's been one and one half months since you went away
Just over six weeks, exactly forty-five days
One thousand eighty hours have come and gone
Since you left me here crying alone
Sixty-four thousand eight hundred minutes have run
Make that sixty-four thousand eight hundred and one

But who's counting
Who's counting
I could give a million reasons
Why you should've stayed
But who's counting anyway

I cry nine hundred ninety-nine tears a night
That's four hundred ninety-nine a half per eye
Minus the love, total up the blame
Carry the hurt and multiply the pain
Add the memories divided by you
That leaves one heart broken in two

But who's counting
Who's counting
I could give a million reasons
Why you should've stayed
But who's counting anyway

Can't go to sleep so every night instead
I lay awake and do the math in my head
One after one I count the stars in the sky
There's one million six hundred eighty two thousand
Four hundred and five

But who's counting
Who's counting
I could give a million reasons
Why you should've stayed
But who's counting anyway



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"Who's Counting" as written by Roger Springer Reese Wilson

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