Don't Wanna Be a Player

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About Don't Wanna Be a Player

"Don't Wanna Be a Player" is a song by the American R&B singer Joe. It was written by Joe, Japhe Tejeda, Jolyon Skinner, Michele Williams and Rodney Jerkins, and produced by the latter for Joe's second studio album All That I Am (1997). Released as a single from the Booty Call (1997) soundtrack as well as All That I Am's second single, it reached number 21 on the Billboard Hot 100 and became Joe's second top ten hit on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, reaching number five. In the United Kingdom, "Don't Wanna Be a Player" peaked at number 16 on the UK Singles Chart, ranking among his highest-charting singles there.  


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1997
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Don't wanna be a player
Don't wanna be a player
Don't wanna be a player
Don't wanna be a player
Don't wanna be

Don't wanna be a player no more
I think I found someone I could live my life for
Don't wanna be a player no more
I think I found someone I could live my life for
I'm yours, your mine, for sure

I had enough of running wild
I'm switching out my whole lifestyle
I don't wanna live the way I used to
I'm giving up the booty cause
Spinning C's at the ta-ta bars
No leaving with two or three girls to get me off

All I need is one who's really down
Someone to turn this player's life around
Girl I feel like you could be the one
To make a difference in my life
Cause I'm tired of living tripe

Don't wanna be a player no more
I think I found someone I could live my life for
Don't wanna be a player no more
I think I found someone I could live my life for
I'm yours, your mine, for sure

No rolling with an entourage
Celeb' style like a movie star
Sippin down with the ladies all around me
Laughing girls off at the way I was of the morning
Gettin' beeps from Milan and Delhi
A true player never gets a chance to sleep, no

All I need is one who's really down
Someone to turn this player's life around
Girl I feel like you could be the one
To make a difference in my life
Cause I'm tired of living tripe

Don't wanna be a player no more
I think I found someone I could live my life for
Don't wanna be a player no more
I think I found someone I could live my life for
I'm yours, your mine, for sure

Baby girl I'm buggin over you
You got me giving up the things I used to do
You got so much in life to gain
And to prove to you I'm getting out the game
No more players style

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Joe

Joe Lewis Thomas (born July 5, 1973), usually credited simply as Joe, is an American R&B singer-songwriter and record producer. more »

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Written by: RODNEY JERKINS, RODNEY ROY JERKINS, JOLYON WARD SKINNER, JAPHE TEJEDA, JOE THOMAS, MICHELE WILLIAMS

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Songtrust Ave

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