I'm through with love
I'll never fall again
Said "Adieu" to love
Don't ever call again
For I must have you
Or no one
And so I'm through with love

I've locked my heart
I'll keep my feelings there
I have stocked my heart
With icy frigid air
And I need to care for no one
And so I'm through with love

Why did you leave me
To think that you could cared?
You didn't need me
For you have your share
Of slaves around you
To hound you and swear
With deep emotion
Devotion to you

Goodbye to spring
And all it meant to me
It can never bring
The things that used to be
For I must have you or no one
And so I'm through with love

Why did you leave me
To think that you could cared?
You didn't need me
For you have your share
Of slaves around you
To hound you and swear
With deep emotion
Devotion to you

Goodbye to spring
And all it meant to me
It can never bring
The things that used to be
For I'm through with love, I'm through with love
But every time I fall in love
Something always happen to me
That's why I'm through with love


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