Gary Lewis & The Playboys

Save Your Heart For MeGary Lewis and the PlayboysWritten by Gary Geld and Peter UdellPeak chart position # 2 in 1965<instrumental with whistling>Walk along the lake with someone newHave yourself a summer fling or twoBut remember I'm in love with you andSave your heart for meWhen the summer moon is on the riseAnd you're dancin' under starlit skiesPlease don't let stars get in your eyes, justSave your heart for me When you're all alone, far away from home Someone's gonna flirt with you-ou I won't think it's wrong if you play along Just don't fall for someone newWhen the autumn winds begin to blowAnd the summertime is long agoYou'll be in my arms again I know, soSave your heart for meDarlin', save your heart for me<brief instrumental with whistling-first two lines of a verse>Please remember I'm in love with you soSave your heart for meDarlin', save your heart for me


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