Over on the west side of town
I lay my money down
I get so far in debt
That I can't pay my dues, and I sit waiting for

Sonny the monster, ten feet tall
Picks me off my feet and throws me in the street
Sonny the monster, don't hit me
Can't you see - I'm just an habitual gambler

They put me in the back
Of a long black car
They take me down to the river
And throw me on the bank, and I sit waiting for

Sonny the monster, ten feet tall
Picks me off my feet and throws me in the street
Sonny the monster, don't hit me
Can't you see - I'm just an habitual gambler

Can't you see - I'm just an habitual gambler

I just can't help myself
Ever since I won the big one
Now I'm so far behind
I got to get back on my feet, but ... here it comes

Sonny the monster, ten feet tall
Picks me off my feet and throws me in the street
Sonny the monster, don't hit me
Can't you see - I'm just an habitual gambler

Can't you see - I'm just an habitual gambler
Can't you see - I'm just an habitual gambler
Can't you see - I'm just an habitual gambler

Over on the west side of town
I lay my money down
I get so far in debt
That I can't pay my dues

I can't pay my dues, ohh no
I can't pay my dues


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