Treasure Island

Dorsey Baker


Gambling Man Gambling Machine


I'm a gambling man, I'm a gambling machine whiz
I'm a gambling man, I'm a gambling machine whiz
I live to gamble
and I gamble to live

I'm a gambling man,
I gamble big and I win big every time
I spend that gambling wheel
I'm a gambling man,
I gamble big and I win big every time
I spend that gambling wheel
I'm a gambling man,
and you just don't know how lucky I feel

I'm a gambling man,
gambling machine, you'd better let me win
I'm a gambling man,
gambling machine, you'd better let me win
or I'll never ever
play you again

Submitted: Tuesday, April 01, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, April 02, 2014

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I wrote this little lyric after having the experience of gambling and not being very successful at it!

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