"Playboy" as written by Christopher Charles Lloyd and Brian Frederick Hines....
Oh, girls, you know we've got to watch out,
You know, you know, you know we've got to watch out.
He, he, he's a playboy, (watch out)
He, he, he's a playboy.

Playboy get away from my door,
I heard about the lovers you had before.
You took their love for a game of joy,
You tossed their hearts around as though it was a toy, Playboy.

Playboy I see your kind, winning ev'ry girl with the same old line.
So playboy stay away from my door,
I know about the lovers you had before, Playboy.

You wasn't sayin' nothin', in my book,
'Cause this is one fish you'll never ever hook.
You left the others standin' with their hearts in pain,
Now you're comin' 'round tryin' to do me the same.

Playboy I see your kind, winning ev'ry girl with the same old line.
So playboy stay away from my door,
I know about the lovers you had before, Playboy.
Watch out, He, he, he's a playboy. (Watch out) Please, please.





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"Playboy" as written by Frank Edward Wilson

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