How To Be A Heartbreaker

Album: Electra Heart (US and Canadian iTunes edition) (2012)
  • Rule number one, is that you gotta have fun
    But baby when you're done, you gotta be the first to run
    Rule number two, just don't get attached to
    Somebody you could lose
    So le-let me tell you

    This is how to be a heartbreaker
    Boys they like a little danger
    We'll get him falling for a stranger
    A player, singing I lo-lo-love you
    How to be a heartbreaker
    Boys they like the look of danger
    We'll get him falling for a stranger
    A player, singing I lo-lo-love you
    At least I think I do

    'Cause I lo-lo-lo-love you

    Rule number three, wear your heart on your cheek
    But never on your sleeve, unless you wanna taste defeat
    Rule number four, gotta be looking pure
    Kiss him goodbye at the door, and leave him wanting more, more

    This is how to be a heartbreaker
    Boys they like a little danger
    We'll get him falling for a stranger
    A player, singing I lo-lo-love you
    How to be a heartbreaker
    Boys they like the look of danger
    We'll get him falling for a stranger
    A player, singing I lo-lo-love you
    At least I think I do

    'Cause I lo-lo-love you

    Girls, we do, whatever it will take
    'Cause girls don't want, we don't want our hearts to break in two
    So it's better to be fake, can't risk losing
    In love again, ba-abe

    This is how to be a heartbreaker
    Boys they like a little danger
    We'll get him falling for a stranger
    A player, singing I lo-lo-love you
    How to be a heartbreaker
    Boys they like the look of danger
    We'll get him falling for a stranger
    A player, singing I lo-lo-love you

    'Cause I lo-lo-lo-love you
    At least I think I do Writer/s: MARINA LAMBRINI DIAMANDIS, LUKASZ GOTTWALD, BENJAMIN LEVIN, HENRY RUSSELL WALTER, AMMAR MALIK, DANIEL THOMAS OMELIO
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Downtown Music Publishing, BMG Rights Management
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