FALSETTOS - The Games I Play Lyrics

2016 Broadway revival
Falsettos the Musical - The Games I Play Lyrics

“The Games I Play” is a song performed by Andrew Rannells (Whizzer) from the musical FALSETTOS and is written by William Finn and James Lapine.

I don't look for trouble
I do not accept blame
I've a good and a bad side
But they're one and the same
Ask me to arouse you
I will rise and obey
These are the games I play

I screw every morning
Then bathe and drink tea
I been playing canasta
All my recreation seems to suit me okay
These are the games I play

It's tough with love
Love's tough to show
Let me face the music
It's a song that I was waiting to hear so long
So long ago

I bet on the horses
I die by degree
I am sure his divorce is
A tribute to me
Ask me if I love him
It depends on the day
These are the games I play

It's tough, my friend
Love's looking strong
Play again the music
It's a song that I been waiting to hear
For much to long
Years, years too long

It hurts not to love him
It hurts when love fades
It's hard when part of him
Is off playing fam'ly charades

Ask me if I need him
Get him out of my way
These are
These are the games
These are the games
These are the only games I play

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The Games I Play Lyrics from Falsettos musical


Falsettos the Musical Lyrics

Four Jews in a Room Bitching
A Tight Knit Family
Love is Blind
Thrill of First Love
Marvin at the Psychiatrist (A Three-Part Mini-Opera)
Everyone Tells Jason to See a Psychiatrist
This Had Better Come to an End
I'm Breaking Down
A Marriage Proposal
Trina's Song
March of the Falsettos
The Chess Game
Making a Home
The Games I Play
Marvin Goes Crazy
I Never Wanted to Love You
Father to Son
Welcome to Falsettoland
The Year of the Child
Miracle of Judaism
The Baseball Game
A Day in Falsettoland
The Fight / Everyone Hates His Parents
What More Can I Say
Something Bad Is Happening
Holding to the Ground
Days Like This
Unlikely Lovers
Another Miracle of Judaism
You Gotta Die Sometime
Jason's Bar Mitzvah
What Would I Do?