"Gambler's Hall" as written by and Joshua Hogan Michael Vincze....
He went down to old Gambler's Hall.
He bet his money there,
He bet his soul,
And when the dice fell, oh, the good times rolled.
Oh he didn't know.

He packed his bags and he hit the road,
With his new fortune and his new Colt,
He said life is dull when you don't bet it all,
Let the good times roll.
Oh.
Oh.

So take your turquoise torches and set them on fire,
I'll hold a grain of sand in my left hand,
And the right one's there for hire
Didn't know that if I checked out now,
My suitcase wouldn't seal.

Step into a room of suited men and then try to close the deal.
If I was sorry, I wouldn't tell you.
I wouldn't tell you.

And I said life is dull when you don't bet it all
Let the good times roll
And the good times rolled

So take your turquoise torches and set them on fire,
Let the good times roll,
And the good times rolled

He went down to old Gambler's Hall,
And the good times rolled.


Lyrics submitted by Panoramik, edited by magg5942

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