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It wasn't in her diary
It wasn't in her stars
She didn't hear it at the mall
It only makes things worse

Charlotte's in her icebox
Needs someone to blame
Another slice of chocolate cake
Helps to ease the pain

He used to buy her underwear
She loved to wear it too
While he would always talk so nice
But she pretended too

They saw the world together
But always in the dark
Three hours in a limousine
To find a place to park

Charlotte's in her icebox
Needs someone to blame
Another slice of chocolate cake
Helps to ease the pain

They lived a million miles apart
Between their dozen blocks
Sometimes she would call him up
But he would never talk

Charlotte's in her icebox
Needs someone to blame
Another slice of chocolate cake
Helps to ease the pain

She never saw him Sundays
He spends them with his kids
And they swore things would never change
But now she knows they did

Charlotte's in her icebox
Needs someone to blame
Another slice of chocolate cake
Helps to ease the pain



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