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Gary Lewis & The Playboys Lyrics

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Gary Lewis & The Playboys Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Lies
2 Without A Word Of Warning - 1999 Digital Remaster
3 Everybody Love a Clown
4 This Diamond Ring - 1990 Digital Remaster
5 Sealed With A Kiss - 1990 - Remaster
6 She's Just My Style (1990 Remastered Version)
7 Forget Him
8 I Won't Make That Mistake Again
9 Sure Gonna Miss Her - 2004 Digital Remaster
10 Take Good Care of My Baby
11 Little Miss Go-Go - 1989 Digital Remaster
12 (You Don't Have to) Paint Me a Picture
13 Green Grass (Remastered)
14 Tina (I Held You in My Arms)
15 A Hundred Pounds of Clay
16 My Heart's A Symphony - 2004 Digital Remaster
17 Down in the Boondocks
18 Save Your Heart For Me - 1990 Digital Remaster
19 Count Me In (Remastered)
20 Everybody Loves a Clown (Remastered)
21 My Heart's Symphony
22 Girls in Love
23 (You Don't Have To) Paint Me A Picture - 2004 Digital Remaster
24 Needles and Pins
25 Without A Word Of Warning - 1989 Digital Remaster
26 Little Miss Go-Go (Remastered)
27 This Diamond Ring (Remastered)
28 Sealed With a Kiss
29 My Hearts a Symphony
30 Where Will The Words Come From - 2004 Digital Remaster
31 Rhythm of the Rain
32 Everybody Loves A Clown - 1990 - Remaster
33 Save Your Heart for Me (Remastered)
34 This Diamond Ring (Re-Recorded / Remastered Version)
35 All Day and All of the Night
36 Little Mis Go-Go
37 The Loser (With A Broken Heart) - 2004 Digital Remaster
38 Face in a Crowd
39 She's Just My Style - 1990 - Remaster
40 Without a Word of Warning (Remastered)
41 May the Best Man Win
42 The Birds and the Bees
43 Doin' the Flake
44 Girls In Love - 2004 Digital Remaster
45 Autumn
46 Sure Gonna Miss Her - 1990 - Remaster
47 Sure Gonna Miss Her (Remastered)
48 Something Is Wrong
49 The Night Has a Thousand Eyes
50 Without a Word of Warning
51 Let's Be More Than Friends - 2004 - Remaster
52 Tina
53 Face In A Crowd - Digitally Remastered 89
54 My Heart's a Symphony (Remastered)
55 Let's Be More Than Friends
56 Travelin' Man
57 I Don't Wanna Say Goodnight
58 Jill - 2004 Digital Remaster
59 Green Grass - 1990 - Remaster
60 (You Don't Have To) Paint Me a Picture [Remastered]
61 My Heart's a Symphony
62 Without a World of Warning
63 I Can Read Between the Lines
64 Sealed With A Kiss - 2004 Digital Remaster
65 Autumn - Digitally Remastered 89
66 Where Will the Words Come From (Remastered)
67 This Diamond Ring
68 Little Miss Go-Go
69 Where Will the Words Come From
70 Rhythm of the Rain - 2004 Digital Remaster
71 My Heart's A Symphony - 1990 - Remaster
72 The Loser (With a Broken Heart) [Remastered]
73 She's Just My Style
74 Runaway
75 Way Way-Out
76 This Diamond Ring - 2004 - Remaster
77 (You Don't Have To) Paint Me A Picture - 1990 Digital Remaster
78 Girls In Love (Remastered)
79 Green Grass
80 Time Stands Still
81 Heart Full Of Soul
82 The Loser (With a Broken Heart)
83 Everybody Loves A Clown - 2004 Digital Remaster
84 Where Will The Words Come From - Digitally Remastered 89
85 Let's Be More Than Friends (Remastered)
86 Save Your Heart for Me
87 Mr. Blue
88 Let Me Tell Your Fortune
89 Count Me In - 2004 Digital Remaster
90 Jill
91 Green Grass - 2004 Digital Remaster
92 The Loser (With A Broken Heart) - Digitally Remastered 89
93 Jill (Remastered)
94 Everybody Loves a Clown
95 Tossin' and Turnin'
96 Little Miss Go-Go - 1999 Digital Remaster
97 Thia Diamond Ring
98 Count Me In - 1990 Remaster
99 Girls in Love - 1990 - Remaster
100 Sealed With a Kiss (Remastered)
101 Count Me In
102 My Special Angel
103 Save Your Heart For Me - 2004 - Remaster
104 Sure Gonna Miss Her (original artist re-recording)
105 The Loser (With A Broken Heart) - 1989 Remastered Version
106 Jill - 1990 - Remaster
107 Rhythm of the Rain (Remastered)
108 Sure Gonna Miss Her

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Gary Lewis & The Playboys Bio

Gary Lewis & the Playboys were a 60s era pop and rock group fronted by musician Gary Lewis, otherwise son of comedian Jerry Lewis. They are best known for their 1965 Billboard Hot 100 number-one single "This Diamond Ring." Known for an earnest, boy-next-door image similar to British invasion contemporaries such as Herman's Hermits and Gerry & the Pacemakers, the group folded in 1970, but a version later resumed touring and this still continues as of 2011, often playing for veteran's benefits.

The group auditioned for a job at Disneyland, without telling Disneyland employees about Lewis' celebrity father. They were able to do this because they were known then as Gary & the Playboys. They were hired on the spot, audiences at Disneyland quickly accepted them, and the Playboys were soon playing to a full house every night.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gary_Lewis_and_the_Playboys