Plaything

Album: Smother (2011)
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  • New squeeze, take off your chemise
    And I'll do as I please
    I know I'm not any kind of heart-throb
    But at the same time, I'm not any sort of sloth

    You're my plaything, you're my plaything, you're my plaything
    Yeah I'm wonderin', yeah I'm wonderin', what you're thinking
    You're my plaything, you're my plaything, you're my plaything
    Yeah I'm wonderin', yeah I'm wonderin', how cruel I've been

    New squeeze, unfold my body
    I've ransacked myself, I've flat packed myself for your ease
    You know that the second I saw you,
    I was rendered the very voyeur

    You're my plaything, you're my plaything, you're my plaything
    Yeah I'm wonderin', yeah I'm wonderin', what you're thinking
    You're my plaything, you're my plaything, you're my plaything
    Yeah I'm wonderin', yeah I'm wonderin', how cruel I've been

    I concur, I concur ooh
    I concur, I concur ooh
    I concur, I concur ooh
    I concur, I concur ooh

    I concur, I concur ooh Publisher: DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
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