With all emotions the sun sank
I don't want to complicate my life
and the afternoon brings a vague moon
the dawn the dark
At midday the illusion
of the sun gazed down on us from the sky

Let the good times roll
because god the almighty
Let the good times roll
the almighty
will stick down his head beneath the clouds
shake the earth and scream out loud
Let the good times roll

We build a castle though of sand
got bombed by raindrops later on
and the magic flows and the night shows
the dawn the dusk
Horizon becomes level
menazed by the coming of dark

Let the good times roll

A confused master of the universe
gets his feelings hurt
A confused master of the universe
gets his feelings hurt

Obey cos you're nothing
strange things
comes out of the mystery of love
the mirror moves and the night proves
the coming of the day
As violent as the night is
I don't want to complicate my life

Let the good times roll

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