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written by Russell Smith / Vince Melamed
From Jon Randall "What You Don't Know"
RCA Records 1995
Jon Randall - vocals/acoustic guitar
David Pomeroy - bass
Steve Turner - drums
Billy Joe Walker Jr - acoustic guitar
Steuart Smith - electric guitar
Paul Franklin - steel guitar
Steve Nathan - piano
Andrea Zonn - harmony

Tonight you just might hit the jackpot
But you know that's not why you came
It's ten to one you'll mind up losing
Even if you find an honest game
Your eyes are drifting across the dance floor
Attracted by a pretty face
You ask yourself am I this loyal
Or just addicted to the chase
It's the same old same old same old same old thing
That old wheel keeps spinning round
It's the same old same old heart break game
Your lucky number might come round
It's the only game in town
You said it hurts so much the last time
You'd never bet your heart again
When love shows up on your doorstep
What can you do but let it in
As she sits down at your table
There's no need for words you understand
Your gamblers heart is beating faster
As she gently takes your hand
It's the same old same old same old same old thing
That old wheel keeps spinning round
It's the same old same old heart break game
Your lucky number might come round
It's the only game in town
It's the same old same old same old same old thing
That old wheel keeps spinning round
It's the same old same old heart break game
Your lucky number might come round
It's the only game in town



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