Satan's Sibling

Rookie (15/03/1990 / In the Bahamas. (I wish))

Shot Through The Heart (Lyrics)

Poem by Satan's Sibling

Shot through the heart
And you're to blame.
Darling you give love a bad name.

An angel's smile is what you sell.
You promise me heaven, then put me through hell.
Chains of love got a hold on me.
When passion's a prison, you can't break free.

Ohh, you're a loaded gun. (yeah)
Ohh, There's nowhere to run.
No one can save me
The damage is done.

Shot through the heart
And you're to blame.
You give love a bad name (bad name) .
I play my part and you play your games.
You give love a bad name (bad name) .
You give love a bad name.

Paint your smile on your lips.
Blood red nails on your fingertips.
A school boy's dream, you act so shy.
Your very first kiss was your first kiss goodbye.

Ohh, you're a loaded gun. (yeah)
Ohh, There's nowhere to run.
No one can save me
The damage is done.
Shot through the heart
And you're to blame.
You give love a bad name (bad name) .
I play my part and you play your games.
You give love a bad name (bad name) .
You give love...

Shot through the heart
And you're to blame.
Darling you give love a bad name.
I play my part and you play your games.
You give love a bad name.
Shot through the heart
And you're to blame.
You give love a bad name (bad name) .
I play my part and you play your games.
You give love a bad name (bad name) .
Shot through the heart
And you're to blame.
You give love a bad name.
I play my part and you play your games.
You give love a bad name.

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  • Sarah Loves (12/3/2007 7:18:00 PM)

    Ah, Yes! !
    Good ol' Bon Jovi.(Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 3, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, April 27, 2011