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Burn Your Playhouse Down lyrics

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Proclaimers – Burn Your Playhouse Down lyrics

I've got an achin' in my heart
Arson on my mind
I'm gonna burn your playhouse down
I've got a badly broken heart
I've bad it from the start
You're giving me the run around
Now if you play with fire
It's a-sure to burn
I've beard this all of my life
Go on, be on your way, I've bad my say
Well honey, I'm through with you for life
You'll find I'm there's one in every yard
I'm getting mighty tired
I'm gonna burn your playhouse down
Now don't pretend that this is the end
'cause this time we're really through
While you were runflin' 'round
Burning up the town
I was settin' a trap for you
I've got an achin' in my heart
Arson on my mind
I'm gonna burn your playhouse down.



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