"Nevada" as written by and Richard Barbieri....
There is a place, where all the signs, are lit up like fireflies
Tumbling across the range.
I'm gonna steal another life, a pair of shoes, with just two dice,
Cause it's my lucky day,
Well isn't that nice.

But that's not the way,
That it all works out,
Cause life is just a game,
You'll never beat the house

I saw you there, along the ferns, of golden light that rolls and burns,
And you looked pretty nice.
You never care, or worry much, about the things that you'll pay off,
Cause it isn't on your dime,
Well isn't that nice.

But that's not the way,
That it all works out,
Cause life is just a game,
You'll never beat the house

I should have known, I should have known, I should have known, I should have known,
But I guess it's alright.
I'm gonna take, another chance, I guess there's always room for that,
And the cards should fall just right,
Just right.

But that's not the way,
That it all works out,
Cause life is just a game,
You'll never beat the house


Lyrics submitted by korn893

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