"Look At Your Game, Girl" as written by and Charles Manson....
There's a time for living
Time keeps on flying
Think you're loving baby
But all your doing is crying

Can you feel
Are those feelings real
Look at your game, girl
Look at your game, girl

What a mad delusion
Living in that confusion
Frustration and doubt
Can you ever live without the game

The sad, sad game
Mad game
Just to say loves' not enough
it can't be true
Oh, you can tell those lies
but you're only fooling you

Can't you feel
All those feelings ain't real
Then you better stop trying
Or you're gonna play crying
Stop trying


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"Look at Your Game Girl" as written by Charles Manson

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    General Commentthis is a truly beautiful piece of music. his voice is so powerful. just think if he did actually join the beach boys.....wow.
    darkglobe2008on April 13, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI love this song he actually has a good voice...and he should have did some songs with the beach boys.
    Musicmutton February 23, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI hate to say it, but this is actually a very catchy song.
    In another world, Manson might have been a Sing & Songwriter, Imagine that!
    Tyler2004durdenon May 12, 2011   Link
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    General CommentGuns N Roses did a good cover of this song.
    nivekdribon March 23, 2013   Link
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    General CommentThis song is decent but there was no way Manson was going to be a singer and songwriter. He was rejected many times by Terry Melcher (a music producer) and many other producers in the music business. He had numerous auditions and couldn't cut it. Although he was friends with Dennis Wilson of the Beach Boys for a period of time, that friendship dwindled when Manson essentially just used his friendship with Wilson to get money out of him.
    mark233138on April 10, 2014   Link

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