jayne harris

Rookie (27 8 76 / salford)

heart breaking lover


heart breaking lover


i thought i knew you but i dont
i wanted you to love me but you wont
oh when i saw you on the street
i asked if theres some place we could meet
to talk it over but no your a heartbreaking lover

heartbreaking heartbreaking lover
heart breaking lover when will it be over
heartbreaking heartbreaking lover
heartbreaking lover when will it be over

i still have strong feelings about you
but you just dont care what i do
i even dream of you at night
hoping youll kiss and hold me tight
i should of told you your a heartbreaking lover

heartbreaking heartbreaking lover
heartbreaking lover when will it be over
heartbreaking heartbreaking lover
heartbreaking lover when will it be over

youd better watch your step or you will be lonely
my friend told me about you
and now i know its true
you were decieving me all that time
there was no convincing that you was mine
oh i should of told you you was a heartbreaking lover
heartbreaking heartbreaking lover
heartbreaking lover when will it be over
heartbreaking heartbreaking lover
heartbreaking lover when will it be over
repeat chorus

Submitted: Friday, January 27, 2012

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