"The Cheater's Guide to Your Heart" as written by and Mark O. Everett....
I've got your picture
And your black book
Smells like your perfume
On the walks that we took

And I love you
And you love me
But we're apart
'Cause I read
The cheater's guide to your heart

Think of it this way:
It was never meant to be, I guess
But know at the end of
The day I felt blessed

And I love you
And you love me
But we're apart
'Cause I read
The cheater's guide to your heart

Well, it may be long 'til you see me again
So paint me as a good one, my friend

And I love you
And you love me
But we're apart
'Cause I read
The cheater's guide to your heart


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    General CommentSays E of this song:

    "This isn't a song about cheating, it's about... well, 'intimacy,' I guess. Early on she showed me a book she made called The Cheater's Guide To My Heart that had pictures of and writings about all her favorite things. And in the end it seemed like we liked each other too much to make it work."
    Eamonon March 13, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThanks again Eamon.

    I had kind of figured it was something like that. Almost like knowing too much about someone (unfairly).
    42 stepson April 09, 2008   Link

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