Sugar Coated Love
Written by Audrey Butler




Sugar coated love, you gave me on a plate,
I took a bite and then I looked to see what I had ate,
I found I had a cinder all covered up in white,
That old sugar coated love is something I can’t bite.


You say you are leaving me for another man,
He has all the wealth and charm and not my kind of brand,
Baby I fell down on my knees a pleading for your love,
Can’t understand what I saw in your sugar coated love.


You called me your sugar plum, your baby and your pet,
You said I was your Romeo and you my Juliet,
I thought you were my angel, my little sugar dove,
You sure had me fooled, babe, with that sugar coated love,

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