It's been several weeks now since we've had fun
It should be over now but I think you're the one
You're not like other girls: I don't get sick of you
Please stop these stupid games and see the truth

It seems ironic that you're scared of losing me
The only problem that we have is you can't see
You're not like other girls: I don't' get sick of you
Please stop these stupid games and see the truth:

I watch you drive away
And I know....... that this is not the end
You've played this game before
And I know...... I am still more than a friend

Starting to think that trust is something you can't have
What kind of relationship is this if you're always sad
I'm not like other guys: I won't be mean to you
Can't open up to me you'll never see the truth

I watch you drive away
And I know:. That this time will be the end
'Cause I'm through playing games
And I know: I am better off as just your friend


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    i think that this songs about a guy and girl who started a relationship and then all of a sudden, she starts running away and plays stupid games on him, but then always comes back to him in the end, and hes getting tired of it. he's just so connected/drawn or attached to her because she's different than other girls that hes too blind to see that its time to move on. she's probably always sad because she realizes what she's doing but cant help herself, and realizes that nothings progressing or changing for the better. until the end, he realizes that he wont put up for more, that the relationship aint going nowhere, and that they're better off as friends.

    indieSTARon March 05, 2003   Link

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