When all have lost faith in you 'cause the dice you threw didn't show your number And they all think your winning days are through I'll be there to pick you up. Your confidence mustn't start to drop I'll take my chance 'cause I have faith in you. So spin the wheel Call your number - lucky my stakes on you We may lose but the game we must play and it's true. Life's the dealer and your cards I cannot see Out all on earth I'll take my chances on you. Take my chances on you - take my chances on you Take my chances on you - take my chances on you When all your so called friends used to call Forget your number 'cause they all think You're a star fallen from the sky. I'll be there right by your side my love For you cannot be denied I'll see it through 'cause I believe in you. So roll the dice Call your number Lucky I'm there with you. We may lose but the game we must play And it's true lifes kicked you down And your heart is filled with pain But of all on earth Ill take my chances on you. Take my chances on you - take my chances on you . . . So roll the dice call your number . . . Take my chances on you - take my chances on you . . . 'cause I believe in you Yeah. Take my chances on you - take my chances on you . . .
Writer/s: ERROL BROWN, RAINFORD CHRISTOPHER CAMERON
Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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