"Imitation" as written by and George/mcalinden Hutchinson....
You could say that the end
Was beginning.
From the first day when I was
Still falling in love with a
Mysterious lover,
But the book didn't live up to the cover.

Does it matter what the world thinks?
Does it matter?
We were all laughing so hard.
The tears rolled down my face.
Another innocent in your trail of destruction,
Left behind like a tree hit by lightning.

All my senses you worked
So hard at persuading.
They don't know what's real
And a great imitation.
I was so sadly mistaken.

And you know what?
I'm amazed I fell for the
Spell of a lowdown hit and run driver.
You only wanted to make your mark,
To write your name into the history
Of my heart.

But I get more wise to myself.
And I fall less for the dazzling jewel,
More the jewel in plain wrapping.

All my senses you worked
So hard at persuading.
They don't know what's real
And a great imitation.
I was so sadly mistaken.

And if your star falls,
It won't stop til' the gutter,
In a better place than where
You came from.
And if all you hoped for
Was destruction,
You've got a nerve and another thing comming.

I was laughing so hard,
The tears rolled down.
You could imitate love,
But you hit and run.
Working so bad to persuade me.
But your name, in my heart,
Is history.


Lyrics submitted by UhLivingDeadGiRL

"Imitation" as written by Angela Mcalinden George Hutchison

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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