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Don't lose your head then lose your love
You can't lose a broken heart
If you ever break up, then try to make up
It's tough to make a brand new start

Take a walk, think it over
While strolling 'neath the moon
Don't say things in December
You'll regret in June

Ware your remarks before you speak
Or you maybe sorry soon
Don't be erratic, be diplomatic
To keep your hearts in tune

Cruel harsh words often spoken
Will upset the applecart
So don't lose your head then lose your love
'Cos you can't lose a broken heart

Don't lose your head then lose your love
You can't lose a broken heart
If you ever break up, then you try to make up
It's tough to make a brand new start

Just take a walk, think it over
While strolling 'neath the moon
Don't say things in December
You'll regret in June

Ware, ware your remarks before you speak
Or maybe you'll sorry soon
Yes, don't be erratic, just be diplomatic
Keep your hearts in tune

Cruel harsh words often spoken
Will upset the applecart
So don't lose your head then lose your love
You can't lose a broken heart
You can't, can't lose a broken heart



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