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Sylvia Chidi

Rookie - 27 Points (Germany)

This girl is a player


Now I don't claim to be a soothsayer
However I say this with a delicate prayer
This girl's sting is hotter
Than a vampire slayer
She will play you to the burning ground
While your feelings travel round and round

Underneath her skin
She has multiple personality layers
Soon your love will dry out thin
While you stare into the eyes of a betrayer

This girl is a player
This girl is a player
She's got a sweet little face
With a strong hypnotising gaze

She will get you all worked up
And your heart beat will never stop
You will be wondering about her name
In your heart, how can a girl burn such a hot flame?
But whatever you do
she's always one step ahead of you

She stands firmly on the ground
When you call - she's never around
She will play you with boys and girls
And to you only time will tell
Her head is always in the clouds
Watching amusingly when you are down

This girl is a player
This girl is a player
She's got a sweet little face
That will always put you in your place

Even though she always get her way
She is still lonely by the night and day
Stay way for there is poison in her eyes
Which will only hurt when you say goodbye

This girl is a player
This girl is a player
She's got a sweet little face
Which will slow down your usual pace

Oh, no, oh, no

Beware this girl is a player
Be wise this girl is a player

Coypright 2013 Sylvia Lovina Chidi

Submitted: Saturday, January 05, 2013

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