"Shame, Shame, Shame" as written by Warren De Martini, Stephen E Pearcy and Desmond Child....
I'm knockin' at your door
And there's no answer
I hear the moans and groans
Of your nasty laughter
I'm kickin' in the door
As your breathin' gets faster
Your trail of clues
Is leadin' to disaster

Once I looked into your eyes
I thought they were true
Innocence can turn to lies
And now the finger points
At you, baby

Shame Shame Shame
You should've known better
Than to cheat on me
Shame Shame Shame
Now it don't matter
So let me be
You've got your own self to blame
Now it's time to feel the pain
Of your twisted little game
It's such a cryin'
Shame Shame Shame
Shame Shame Shame

Did you do your poses
In the mirror
Did you tell him
Baby, baby please
Did you twist his tongue
And bend his ear
Did you have him beggin', beggin'
On his knees

Once you looked into my eyes
And told me you were mine
Now I see your cheap disguise
And you're runnin' out of time, baby

Shame Shame Shame
You should've known better
Than to cheat on me
Shame Shame Shame
Now it don't matter
So let me be
You've got your own self to blame
Now it's time to feel the pain
Of your twisted little game
It's such a cryin'
Shame Shame Shame
Shame Shame Shame



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"Shame Shame Shame" as written by Stephen Pearcy Desmond Child

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    General CommentThis song is obviously about having an affair and that the guy's cheating girlfriend is the one that came on to the other guy. So the victim of it all does not have any regret in leaving his girl for what she did.
    bubbleboy_619on May 26, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThey made a video for this song.
    samwaltonon August 06, 2007   Link

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