I think it is because it should be in the subjunctive mood, which makes it the same as the infinitive. Edit: Revisiting this question I think I was wrong; perhaps it's supposed to stay in the infinitive because the verb "hate" was already conjugated.
The object of the verb "see" is "your heart break". When "see" takes a verb as an object, the verb is either in the infinitive form or the gerund form. That is to say, you don't conjugate it to match the person.
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