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    laurinha88 is offline Junior Member
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    Default played for all you pretty ones.

    That was one of my favorites,
    played for all you pretty ones.
    Playing music to make you smile

    "played for all you pretty ones." what's that mean?I heard it on the radio

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    Default Re: played for all you pretty ones.

    In such speech patterns, "one/ones" substitutes for something else. It could be "played for all you, pretty women".

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