Gary Lewis & The Playboys

FACE IN A CROWDGary Lewis & the PlayboysShe doesn't know my nameShe couldn't feel the sameGot no fortune, got no fameBut she's not to blame'Cause I'm a guy who's very commonplaceI was born to be another face in a crowdI met her yesterdayCouldn't think of what to saySo she turned & walked awayIt happens every day'Cause I'm the kind who'd never find a placeI was born to be another face in a crowdA guy like me never has, has a chance'Cause I don't rate a second glanceThere's millions just like meWaitin' for a chance to beSomeone who is worthy ofA young girl's love(repeat & fade):& I'm so tired of bein' commonplaceI don't wanna be another face in a crowdFrom: Collins Crapo <>


Gary Lewis and the Playboys were a pop/rock group fronted by musician Gary Lewis, son of comedian Jerry Lewis, which earned its most success as a 'swinging sixties' band. Releasing four gold albums as well as many hits, songs "Build Me Up Buttercup" and "This Diamond Ring" in particular continue to receive significant airplay. The group initially auditioned for a job at Disneyland, supposedly without telling Disneyland employees about Lewis' celebrity father. ... Read More