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Colin Coplin

Rookie - 4 Points (Australia)

Internet Playboy


Internet Playboy
Internet Playboy

It happens each and every night
A flick of his wrist gets him onto his site
He browses emails for a reply
Then enters the web for love on the line, as the

Internet Playboy
Internet Playboy

His woman loves him but he needs more
Old fashioned love has become a bore
The mystery has gone and the kids have all grown
Everybody knows him as the

Internet Playboy
Internet Playboy

Internet Playboy
Internet Playboy

His words are smooth and his looks are fine
He works long hours but gets home on time
Chat rooms wait eagerly for his reply
He’ll never meet them he’s the surfer kind

Internet Playboy
Internet Playboy

His woman loves him but he needs more
He’s hoping to find it with his hard drive restored
Chat rooms wait eagerly for his reply
He’ll never meet them he’s the surfer guy

Internet Playboy
Internet Playboy

Internet Playboy
Internet Playboy

Internet Playboy - His user name is Playboy
Internet Playboy - Internet playboy is how he signs
Internet Playboy – New service provider
Internet Playboy - He’s a surfer guy
Internet Playboy - Love on the line
Internet Playboy - Waits for your reply

Copyright Colin Coplin 2003 / 2010

Submitted: Monday, November 22, 2010

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