It Doesn’t Matter

It doesn’t matter anymore
Who’s right or wrong, who’s keeping score.
Whatever we were looking for,
you’re set on walking out the door

It doesn’t matter what I say
You wouldn’t listen anyway
It’s black and white, no shades of gray,
So you’ve decided not to stay

What good we had has come and gone;
It makes no sense to linger on
the hurt we both have deep inside
and all the lonely tears we’ve cried.

It doesn’t matter who’s to blame;
two hearts are breaking, just the same.
There’s nothing left to lean upon;
it doesn’t matter, ’cause it’s gone.

It doesn’t matter, not at all,
who slipped, who was the first to fall;
The writing’s clear upon the wall:
it’s really anybody’s call.

It doesn’t matter, in the end;
there’s no use trying to pretend
that what we had we could defend;
it’s broken now, it wouldn’t bend.

What good we had has come and gone;
It makes no sense to linger on
the hurt we both held deep inside
and all the lonely tears we’ve cried.

It doesn’t matter who’s to blame;
two hearts are breaking, just the same.
There’s nothing left to lean upon;
it doesn’t matter, ’cause it’s gone.

16 JAN 2006

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