Verse 1

I bet you're sound asleep in your bed,

Unaware of the thoughts in my head,

Unaware of how my mind played

Flashbacks of every single day

Chorus

When you broke my heart, crushed my pride,

Threw my love out the country side,

And how you'd always make me beg,

It cost me an arm and a leg,

But I finally got rid of the man who couldn't be colder.

And now you're just a chip on my shoulder.

Verse 2

You're quite the Casanova, bastard.

You never really cut the mustard.

I got the short end of the stick.

And memories that make me weak

Chorus

How you broke my heart, crushed my pride,

Threw my love out the country side,

And how you'd always make me beg,

It cost me an arm and a leg,

But I finally got rid of the man who couldn't be colder.

And now you're just a chip on my shoulder,

Bridge

A ship that sank,

I'm drawing a blank.

Your plan backfired,

Down to the wire.

Cause while I swung for the fences,

All you had were mean sentences.

Chorus

And you broke my heart, crushed my pride,

Threw my love out the country side,

And how you'd always make me beg,

It cost me an arm and a leg,

But I finally got rid of the man who couldn't be colder.

And now you're just a chip on my shoulder,

A chip on my shoulder,

A chip on my shoulder.

You're quite the Casanova, bastard.