What Did I Do to Your Heart

Album: Lines, Vines and Trying Times (2009)
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  • Baby girl I'm just a bit confused
    You've been acting like you've been abused
    By me lately, What's going on

    All I do is treat you with respect
    All the best and never nothing less
    You continue to cry
    And I just don't know why

    [Chorus]
    What did I do to your heart
    What did I do to your heart
    Did I break it, apart
    Did I break it, your heart
    What did I do to your heart
    What did I do to your heart
    Did I break it, apart
    Did I break it, your heart

    All I ever get is attitude
    Constant never-ending bad mood
    From you baby, what's going on

    All I need is just an answer please
    So I can show you what you mean to me
    But you continue to cry,
    And I just don't know why

    [Chorus]

    Woo!

    What did I do to your
    What did I do to your
    Oh!

    What did I do to your heart
    What did I do to your heart
    Did I break it, apart
    Did I break it, your heart

    What did I do to your heart
    Tell me, what did I do to your heart
    Did I break it, apart
    Did I break it, your heart Writer/s: JOSEPH JONAS, KEVIN JONAS II, NICHOLAS JONAS, PAUL JONAS II
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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