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We're given life to live in And we're never gonna live it again Gotta lead it like a dog on a leash, yeah, But my dragon kinda's wearing thin Rolling dice with God as our witness Down avenues, utilities and towns It's survival of the richest Moving our sinful pieces 'round and 'round You land on the block where I got three hotels It's you and me on the Monopoly board But it's not like you want me to win It was your face that placed the blame on you And your kiss that turned to brown Your face that placed the blame on you Shame on you, You're your own Monopoly And your face that turned me down But when the night is over and you need a friend But then nothing here is meant to last Death is always annoying, We're spending too much time on life's preparations I know we have Now it's you and me on the Monopoly board Haven't we lived and died before in the past? You land on the block where I got three hotels Now you cheated before 'cause you know you're gonna win and you do it again It was your face that placed the blame on you And your kiss that turned to brown And your face that turned me down, Your face that placed the blame on you But when the night is over and you need a friend Shame on you, you're your own Monopoly 'Cause when the night is over and you need a friend Yes, you know you are Shame on you, you're your own Monopoly Your own monopoly Yes, you know you are Oh Monopoly Monopoly.



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