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They say don't gamble but life's a gamble you never gonna know what's gonna happen  everything is a gamble what to say what to do what to wear when to buy every move can change your life damn them
They say don't gamble but life's a gamble you never gonna know what's gonna happen  everything is a gamble what to say what to do what to wear when to buy every move can change your life damn them
Crazy to swear in a church! Awful but needed,Ill sit in my chair with all eyes on me. To speak from your heart but you know your a liar, I hand out advice but not to belive others. 
Nephthys only ever wants to see the night. The dark, soothing blanket that reminds her of when her mother used to dance in the halls of their home, all rich ebony skin and pearly white teeth and bright eyes. Before she left.
Every day we pass by, All the people we saw cry   But do we think of it? No we just overlook the ones who quit   I sometimes stop what I'm doing, To my dismay I just end up stewing  
 your love; I am wondering if it’s enough. We said forever but I wonder if I am a liar. I wonder if my God has forgiving me for gambling your love. My heart would feel complete if I only fallowed through.
  Money’s on red.
Addiction,
Gambling is a sin, so never begin, Money madness makes it more maniacal, Stacks against itself the odds of real success, It should see it’s blessed, learn to rest well, Don’t send yourself to hell,
Gambling is a sin, so never begin, Money madness makes it more maniacal, Stacks against itself the odds of real success, It should see it’s blessed, learn to rest well, Don’t send yourself to hell,
  The smell of smoke and senior citizens It’s distinct and signature. It’s part of that siren song. It’s part of that strong allure. That beautiful Destruction. And I run towards it.
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