"Las Vegas Dealer" as written by and Thomas William/peacock Gray....
Good-bye Lorrelei
My precious Lorrelei has gone
Gone so far away
Now won't be back today or tomorrow
Good-bye Lorrelei
My precious Lorrelei has gone out

But is he away with the fairies
Is he away with me
Take him away it's free I play anywhere I chose
Did he get into the sequel
How does he know these days
Take him away coz I don't care
Whether we win or loses
Win or lose

All my chips are down
My precious chips are almost gone
Find a better caller
A dealer man without a son
But it all on one
I feel like number one is hung out

But is he away with the fairies
Is he away with me
Take him away it's free I play anywhere I chose
Did he get into the sequel
How does he know these days
Take him away 'cause I don't care
Whether we win or lose

Good-bye Lorrelei
My precious Lorrelei has gone out

Is he away with the fairies
Is he away with me
Take him away it's free I play anywhere I chose
Did he get into the sequel
How does he know these days
Take him away 'cause I don't care
Whether we win or lose
Yeah whether we win or lose


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"Las Vegas Dealer" as written by Ian Thomas Ball Ben Ottewell

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    General CommentAbsinthe?

    "But is he away with the fairies, is he away with me?"

    absinthe is a green drink illegal in the U.S. but legal in Canada. it causes its consumers to see little green fairies.
    drummer4844on May 17, 2007   Link

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