come and grab a drink
raise your glass and toast with me
to the game of life
you now what i'm talking about
we only play for keeps
there are no take backs
there are no re-rolls
everything is balls out
that's damn straight you heard what we said
craving the days we play the game
during the day we go till night
face the game we have made in our station's lair
deportation is the threat
drink the bottle to the gut
deface the bottle
show me what you're made of
what do you know about life in general
nothing is known by you
how can you even live through
this is your last chance before you are cashed out
you think you know about it
we know about the
game of
the game of life

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    General Commentbasically it means ot live life to the fullest and to just drink and live while you can

    r.i.p. pat mason. how do more ppl not know about this band? theyre so good.
    chiodos68on December 08, 2007   Link
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    General CommentWhat's he say at the very beginning?

    kinda sounds like he says something like
    "Raise your glass, act tough

    any help would be appreciated
    KillRyanDeadon February 12, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think he says
    "Grab a glass and toast, THATS RIGHT BITCH" !!

    amazing band.
    5k1nn7wr1575on February 24, 2008   Link
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    General CommentBest band I've heard in awhile. And, unlike most hxc bands, they have a distinct sound.
    amberoflmaoon April 14, 2008   Link
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    General Commentits not nessicarly about drinking it can be about just living life to the fullest, not everything has to be about drugs and alcohol, and you definately dont need it to have fun
    barcode0000on November 23, 2008   Link
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    General CommentAs much as I love this band I gotta say fuck drinking. Look where it took the bassist.
    adtrJEREMYadtron December 13, 2009   Link

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