"Bittersweet" as written by and Cliff Calabro Bret Michaels....
My girlfriend told me that she don't love me anymore
She packed her bags and her cell phone, moved right next door
She called and told me she was moving in with my best friend
This is where the party ends

I used to love her bad
But she didn't love me
Used to kiss her lips
Now I watch them bleed
Gave her a diamond ring
Now I want it back
Besides she sucked in the sack

[Chorus]
(Bittersweet, bittersweet)
Sucked in the sack
(Bittersweet, bittersweet)
Want my ring back
(Bittersweet, bittersweet)
My heart is black
(Bittersweet, bittersweet)
Screw my friend Jack

I can see her through the window with my ex-friend Jack
She broke my heart, so my guitar and me wrote this crap
I don't care if their love affair ever lasts
Cause I'm about to kick his ass

I used to love her bad
But she didn't love me
Used to kiss her lips
Now I watch them bleed
Gave her a diamond ring
Now I want it back
Besides she sucked in the sack

[Chorus]

One day Jack came over to apologize
He told me, my ex which is his new girlfriend was out every night
Jack said I think she's been cheating with my new friend Jim
Say you love her too bad cause now she loves him
Pulled a Jerry Springer on me now your outta luck
My new girlfriend thinks you all suck

[Chorus: x2]


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"Bittersweet" as written by Cliff Calabro Bret Michaels

Lyrics © CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP

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    General CommentThis song reminds me of the failed romance that I was in in 2012...she and I certainly had a rocky relationship...we would be fine for a few weeks, and then we would break up, and she would text me a few days later saying how she missed me. I bought her BS and took her back...and it was NEVER gonna be a real romance...she acted free...and took advantage of me.
    CKF929on December 04, 2013   Link

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