finally believe
there's an end to the dream
he's a hustler and a thief
and I can't deny it
tells me the way
that a man should behave
from the ground to the grave
has never retired

I can't believe them now

seven wives have left him dry
there's a glimmer of the rake
that I admire
the only thing that's left in tact
in the combination to the vault
of desire

is there ever a reason
I should fall apart
what you need is to start
living

so do you want to go to the casino
there's a fortune in my head
glory in my soul
have you ever been this civilised

no charity for the disowned
no clarity for the unknown
the sky will fall upon it's own
no more fireworks for hotrollers

is there ever a reason
I should fall apart
what you need is to start
living

so do you want to go to the casino
there's a fortune in my head
glory in my soul
have you ever been this civilised
will you ever know
if you've never tried

what's with the steps in the elevator
they call him the devastator
I can't be seen in his company
but everyone agrees

in my soul, in my soul
all the tables are cold
the right moments are masked
for much riskier roles

is there ever a reason
I should fall apart
what you need is to start
living


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