"Play Me" as written by Mark King, Waliou Badarou and Philip Gould....
I must say you`re really something else
The way you`re tearing down my house
And I know you`d never stoop so low
As to rebuild it somewhere else

You know how to play me
Everybody knows you can handle me
Play me
Nothing can compare with what I`ve found today

It hasn`t always been this good
I haven`t always loved you like I should
But it`s really something else
I love you like I never thought I could

You got to play me
Everybody knows I been woman handled

Play me
Nothing can compare with what I`ve found today

Been out on my own
For too many years
You came not a day too soon - I was out of my mind
You swallowed my pride
And dried all my tears
Gone is the only tune
I sang

You really know
You really know how to
You really know how to play me

All the women of my dreams
Were the kind who lived beyond my means
But I know you`d never stoop so low
Your love is always what it seems

You got to play me
Everybody knows I`ve been - woman handled

Play me
Nothing can compare with what I`ve found today

Here in the night
It`s a shot in the dark
For sure that`s a chance I`ll take -one day at a time
A feeling so right
It`s a walk in the park
It`s so easy to make or break
She sang
So easy

Suis reste seul
Pour trop longtemps
Vide de coeur
Vide de sens
Tu es arrivee
Secher mes larmes
Reconforte, je te regarde


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"Play Me" as written by Philip Gabriel Gould Waliou Jacques Badarou

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