"Playboys" as written by and Lauri Johannes/rantasalmi Yl�nen....
As you might know my father is a rich man
His father was rich
I'm gonna be a rich man too, so yeah
Right now my job is to have fun but whatever I want
Just be with my girl
It's such fun, you know?

I guess you don't 'cause your daddy ain't driving a Rolls Royce
'N your family ain't famous after all
I flush my money down the toilet, if it is the best choice
Nothing is my problem see...

I don't have to pay my bills, right?
I don't have to get a job
I don't have to train my skills, right?
'Cause I will never be poor

What would you do, if you had my money?
You wouldn't go to school, you wouldn't get a job, like me
You'd just hang around
You would go parties where all rich people meet
Where the people are having fun, yeah, such fun, you know

Yeah, yeah, yeah
I don't have to pay my bills, right? (pay my bills, right)
I don't have to get a job (have to get a job, right)
I don't have to train my skills, right? (have to train my skills, right ah..)
'Cause I will never be poor

Lyrics submitted by Pumpkin-86

"Playboys" as written by Janne Samuli Heiskanen Eero Aleksi Heinonen

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentWhy has no-one commented on this one?What a sarcasm this song has!!
    evlinon April 04, 2005   Link
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    General CommentBrilliant, I bet there are people out there who dont realise the heavy sarcasm in this, and can relate to it, sad, sad people.
    Elsjeon June 14, 2006   Link
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    General CommentYeah, the song's just a total pisstake of rich little daddys-boys who look down on others and think they're so much better.
    f2darknesson February 02, 2007   Link
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    General CommentPlayboys doesn't mean like the magazine or a guy who gets around, it means the most literal meaning possible: One who plays (all day). At first I couldn't really make out all of the lyrics to this song, so I though he was saying that he has a lot of money but he doesn't want to be rich (the line about the toilet confused me). But then after a few more listens I got it. I could sort of relate to this, though obviously not nearly to the same extent, but when I was home schooled my family was fairly well off, and I never had to do any real work, which is somewhat regrettable, but at least they never spoiled me or let me not study, I just didn't have to leave the house or work a job.
    Xanofaron January 22, 2008   Link

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