"Wind Him Up" as written by James Dickson Crichton, Ian Stevenson Crichton, James Gilmour, Michael Anthony Sadler and Stephen William Negus....
Aldo's standing at his table
And he's wondering if he's able
To pick the number right this time
He watches as the wheel stops spinning
Sees the number that is winning
As he reaches for his glass of wine
Once he starts it's hard to stop
He's keeping up a pace like a tight wound clock
Be sure you don't step in his way
He'll keep those numbers rolling
This may be his last day

As all the bets are taken
Aldo lights a smoke, he's shaking
From carnation right to the ground
He knows tonight holds one last chance
And give the wheel a final glance
Slippery fingers drop the money down
Once he starts it's hard to stop
He's keeping up a pace like a tight wound clock
And as he leaves the table, "No luck today"
You can rest assured
He's coming back to try again

Wind him up, he can't stop
He's wound up tight just like the clock
That's winding its second hand down
Wind him up, he can't stop
He keeps on going 'round the clock
He's winding his second hand down

Wind him up, he can't stop
He's wound up tight just like the clock
That's winding its second hand down
Wind him up, he can't stop
He keeps on going 'round the clock
He's winding his second hand down

Wind him up, he can't stop
He's wound up tight just like the clock
That's winding its second hand down
Wind him up, he can't stop
He keeps on going 'round the clock
He's winding his second hand down


Lyrics submitted by LeDrew

"Wind Him Up" as written by James Crichton Ian Crichton

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    Song MeaningI think its about a man with a gambling addiction who constantly gambles away his money at the roulette table
    LeDrewon August 14, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI don't know about an addiction, but the song is indeed about a gambler
    CuteSparkinaon April 04, 2014   Link

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