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Bending the rules of a late night card game
Where the loser removes an item of clothing
Your treading each deal, so eargings and grey
Have a shufty over your shoulder well it's a shady game
And i want to lose
Oh please let me lose
Oh please let me lose
Its nothing to you
Its nothing to you

This re-shuffled pack brings back the sickness of luck,
Because the ace in my hand is such a shock,
Exchanging queen for your two while you're out of the room,
Have a shufty over your shoulder, well all the same it's a shady game
And I want to lose
Oh, please let me lose
Oh, please let me lose
It's nothing to you
It's nothing to you

I'm cutting this queen
Well, this six is chewed
You're all un-disguised
I'm stuck on shoes
So, have you ever met a bad winner?
"Well, how do you do"
Jack ace queen king no na no na no na no na
Noooooo
Nooooo
Nooooooooooooaooooohohoh
They wont let me lose

Im bending the rules of a late night card game. .
Ha ha ha



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