Lindemberg Pereira da Silva
A Heart Like A Clown
It was a sadly joke,
your love made fun at me.
I felt my heart like a clown,
With lots of smiles and laughters
under my tears.
Because I trusted what I read in your eyes,
and every single word from your lips.
Sadly, now I realized - it was all a lie
since you walked out and left me behind.
It was nothing but a game,
And all the cards were against me.
But now, your play turned against you, baby
And now, you'll be the one performing on the stage.
Some people enjoy
breaking someone else's heart.
Some people enjoy
hurting someone else's feelings.
But the world always moves
back and forwards.
Who's the hunter, today
will be the bait, someday.
(And now it's your time..baby! !)
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