"Don't Play Me" as written by and Prince Rogers Nelson....
Don't play me
I'm over thirty and I don't smoke weed
I put my ass away and music I've played
Ain't the type of stereo you're tryin' to feed
Don't play me
Don't play me
I use proper English and I'm straight
I'm in the news again for paying dues my friend
And not the type of ganda you prop in my way
Don't play me

Don't play me
I've been to the mountain top and it ain't what you say
Don't play me

Don't play me
I'm the wrong color and I play guitar
My only competition is well in the past
Time and time if time existed movin' ever so fast
Don't play me

You couldn't play enough of me now
To make me feel like a star
Don't play me I already do in my car
Don't play me

Don't be mad at me
The curtain puller in the game
Maybe how you call us 'niggers' ain't the same
It's all good when you know the only fame
Is the light that comes from God and the joy you get to say his name
Don't play me

Don't play me
I've seen to the mountain top and it ain't what you say
Don't play me

Already got laid


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"Don't Play Me" as written by Prince Rogers Nelson

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    General CommentMy only competition is, well, me, in the past and...

    Perhaps one of Prince's truest lines ever
    Jamie Starron February 16, 2008   Link

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