Casino Queen

  • Well the money's pouring down
    And the people all look down
    And it's floating out of town

    I hit the second deck
    And I spent my paycheck
    And my wife that I just met
    She's looking like a wreck

    Casino Queen
    My lord you're mean
    I've been gambling like a fiend
    On your tables so green

    I always bet on black
    Blackjack
    I'll pay you back

    The room fills with smoke
    And I'm already broke
    And the dealer keeps on joking
    As he takes my last token

    Casino Queen
    My lord you're mean
    I've been gambling like a fiend
    On your tables so green

    Casino Queen
    My lord you're mean
    I've been gambling like a fiend
    On your tables so greenWriter/s: JEFF TWEEDY, JEFFREY SCOTT TWEEDY
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management
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