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Same Script, Different Cast

Same Script, Different Cast

}} "Same Script, Different Cast" is a duet between R&B singers Whitney Houston and Deborah Cox. Released as a single in 2000, the song features Houston playing the former lover of Cox's fiancé, who tries to warn Cox of her former lover's hurtful ways though Cox refuses to acknowledge it.

The song incorporates a backing track of Ludwig van Beethoven's Für Elise during the intro.

The song was released as a radio-only promo and hence no video was made. The track was not a success, failing to reach the top forty.

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