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In Your House Theme (Deadly Game) lyrics

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WWF – In Your House Theme (Deadly Game) lyrics

Roll the dice, play your cards
Break the rules, that's who you are
Whoever said play it safe, never played the game (Never played the game)
So many players, but too many pawns
Too many judges say what's right or wrong
But then jump into the fire if they want to play

Chorus:
Cause it's a deadly game that we play as we live on (Deadly game)
Our lives, whan we say what is all about (Deadly game)
Play it now before the game is over (Ooooohhhhh)

Two simple rules the devil hands us
Make your mistakes but no second chances
Every time that you stand up is another chance to fall

Chorus

Ha ha ha, wild money, once again easy
Beat one teach one take time to beat some
The young street dumb Money that buys the weak one
Where we're from, cost money to keep some(?)
If not it'll be your lungs you leak from
Repeat none, most addicts you leeched from
Lost into eternal until sleep comes
All the black, holler back no bungs(?)
No pistons, no drugs

Judgement day, calls in all markers
How the hell, it's getting darker
As they carry you away, you wonder what went wrong

Chorus (3x)



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