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Maggie Mundi

(June 2 / Jersey City, NJ)

The Warning

You come with a warning
You know what they say?
That you're a heartbreaker
And I'd best stay away
But what they don't know
Is it's too late for me
'Cause my heart's been broken
By the celebrity

I guess I am lucky
That it didn't last
But now I will be
A part of that past
Your heart seemed to show
And I thought you saw mine
But all that you saw
Was the next heart in line

And now she stands near you
With that look in her eyes
But soon she'll be hurting
From your bitter sweet lies
If I could know somehow
Who the next one will be
I'd give her the warning
That no one gave me

To spare her the anger
To spare her the pain
But you're the heartbreaker
So you'll do it again
Yet we are the winners
Because we can heal
And you are the loser
Because you're not real

Submitted: Friday, March 19, 2010

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