"Just Like You" as written by Savan Kotecha, Max Martin and Johan Schuster....
You texted me to say you made a mistake
Couldn't say it face to face
You thought you wanted her and got what you deserved
Now look who's getting played

They say karma comes around
Used to want you, but I don't now

Roses are dry, violets are black
And I can be cruel, just like you
The tables have turned, can't help but laugh
For saying we're through, just like you

You hit me up again to tell me I'm the one
But I just hit erase
'Cause I'm so over it, finally having fun
So drama go away

They say heartache heals in time
Whoever they are, they were right

Roses are dry, violets are black
And I can be cruel, just like you
The tables have turned, can't help but laugh
For saying we're through, just like you

Tell me was she worth
Was she worth letting me go
Shovel in your hand
And you dug yourself a hole
Now you're coming back
Just to hear me tell you no

They say karma comes around
Used to want you

Roses are dry, violets are black
And I can be cruel, just like you
The tables have turned, can't help but laugh
For saying we're through, just like you


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"Just Like You" as written by Max Martin Savan Kotecha

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    My InterpretationThis song is pretty self-explantory as well. Allison's basically stating that what goes around comes around. The guy did her wrong and left her for another girl. Now when he's coming back..asking for forgiveness..Allison's finally happy and doesn't want to deal with him and says that she "can be cruel just like you" (you being the guy in the situation). She says that their love is gone, their relationship is dead, and she can be just as cruel as he was to her. In it's simplest form...karma's a b*tch
    ohsnapsitsallieon December 09, 2009   Link

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