Backstreet
Check it uh
Hey

Let's talk about one, baby
You gotta hear me out
Did you really think I'd be the last to know
What it's all about

Let's talk about you
You say
He's the essence of your life
But he'll eat you up from inside slow
And then he doesn't want to know

I'm tellin' you he'll eat you up from inside
And then he doesn't want to know

[Chorus]
Listen I mean it
There's nothin' that he's worthy of
He's just another player
Playing in the name of love
I've seen enough
Now this must come to an end
Get another boyfriend

Let's talk about what he's done (he's done)
To become your number one
Or was it all the promises of diamonds, pearls and party dresses
That turn you on
I've seen it before (dont take!)
Anymore, free too
You're through for sure
Just go get on with your life
Stop acting like you've given up
I'm tellin' you to go get on with your life
Stop acting like you've given up

Listen I mean it (I mean it)
There's nothin' that he's worthy of
He's just another player (player)
Playing in the name of love
I've seen enough
Now this must come to an end (must come to an end)
Get another boyfriend

All right
Yeah
Get another boyfriend
Stop
Hey

Hear me out
You must know (you must know)
What it's all about (baby)
That he's just a player in love (love)
This must come to an end
Get another boyfriend

[Chorus: x2]


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Get Another Boyfriend Lyrics as written by Martin Karl Sandberg Rami Yacoub

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    This song is so powerful. I feel so tough when I heard this song. It make me realise that there's nothing to lose to stay away from a loser.

    cutecreativeangelon February 12, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Right .... a player doesn't deserve an honest girl...

    Sunnyon March 06, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    I like this song alot and it has a pretty good message behind it. Dont date players!

    BackstConfessionalon April 12, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    dah i remember this song. it's funny..

    So_Impossibleon April 12, 2002   Link
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    i added these lyrics... i love the backstreet boys and i love all of their songs xxxxxxxxx keeping the backstreet boys pride alive

    Mixiblobon April 26, 2002   Link
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    hmm........ dont hate the playa.... hate the game......:);)

    AmericanBeauty84on May 30, 2002   Link
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    This song is hitting you with the simple fact that "he's a loser, dump him" or something along those lines. Im not a big BSB fan but i like this song

    zacsteron September 17, 2002   Link
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    I think they should have released this song rather than "The call"

    manyamoreon March 24, 2003   Link
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    I love this song but then i loved the call as well :P yeah this song is what ive been saying to most of my mates about their bfs! lol

    Honey_Eisenon November 06, 2004   Link
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    this song was so much better than 'the call'. actually, this song is still pretty good.

    take it 2 the limiton July 28, 2006   Link

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