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Music: Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus,
Stig Anderson
Lyrics: Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus,
Stig Anderson

I’ve seen you twice in a short time
Only a week since we started
It seems to me, for every time
I’m getting more open-hearted

I was an impossible case
No one ever could reach me
But I think I can see in your face
There’s a lot you can teach me
So I wanna know

What’s the name of the game?
Does it mean anything to you?
What’s the name of the game?
Can you feel it the way I do?

Tell me please, ’cause I have to know
I’m a bashful child beginning to grow

And you make me talk and you make me feel
And you make me show what I’m trying to conceal
If I trust in you, would you let me down?
Would you laugh at me if I said I care for you?
Could you feel the same way too?

I wanna know
The name of the game

I have no friends, no one to see
And I am never invited
Now I am here, talking to you
No wonder I get excited

Your smile and the sound of your voice
And the way you see through me
Got a feeling, you give me no choice
But it means a lot to me
So I wanna know

What’s the name of the game? (Your smile and the sound of your voice)
Does it mean anything to you? (Got a feeling you give me no choice, but it means a lot)
What’s the name of the game? (Your smile and the sound of your voice)
Can you feel it the way I do?

Tell me please, ’cause I have to know
I’m a bashful child beginning to grow

And you make me talk and you make me feel
And you make me show what I’m trying to conceal
If I trust in you, would you let me down?
Would you laugh at me if I said I care for you?
Could you feel the same way too?

I wanna know
Oh yes I wanna know

The name of the game (I was an impossible case)
Does it mean anything to you? (But I think I can see in your face that it means a lot)
What’s the name of the game? (Your smile and the sound of your voice)
Can you feel it the way I do? (Got a feeling you give me no choice but it means a lot)

What’s the name of the game? (I was an impossible case)
Does it mean anything to you? (But I think I can see in your face that it means a lot)

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