Wind Him Up
by Saga

Album: Worlds Apart (1981)
Charted: 64
  • Aldo's standing at his table
    And he's wondering if he's able
    To pick the number right this time
    He watches as the wheel stops spinning
    Sees the number that is winning
    As he reaches for his glass of wine
    Once he starts it's hard to stop
    He's keepin' up a pace like a tight wound clock
    Be sure you don't step in his way
    He'll keep those numbers rolling
    This may be his last day
    As all the bets are taken
    Aldo lights a smoke, he's shakin'
    From carnation right to the ground
    He knows tonight holds one last chance
    'N give the wheel a final glance
    Slippery fingers drop the money down
    Once he starts it's hard to stop
    He's keepin' up a pace like a tight wound clock
    And as he leaves the table, "No luck today"
    You can rest assured
    He's comin' back to try again
    Wind him up, he can't stop
    He's wound up tight just like the clock
    That's winding its second hand down
    Wind him up, he can't stop
    He keeps on going 'round the clock
    He's winding his second hand down Writer/s: IAN CRICHTON, JAMES CRICHTON, JAMES GILMOUR, STEVE NEGUS, MICHAEL SADLER
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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