Snake Eyes (CD, Album). High Score Productions Limited.
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Snake Eyes" is a song by British progressive rock band The Alan Parsons Project off their 1980 album The Turn of a Friendly Card, where it appears as the second part of the title suite. The song was written by Alan Parsons and Eric Woolfson, and features Chris Rainbow on lead vocals. The lyrics are from the perspective of a compulsive gambler playing craps, who doesn't intend to stop until he wins.
Here I lay My stomach burning Body in pain while the room keeps turning There's blood on the sheets and my skin I need a bigger hole to bury me in. (What did I do last night and will I be ashamed) What did I do last night and will I be ashamed I keep on losing but I can't stop playing this game. And I know what is wrong from right But I will always roll the dice Cos in my eyes there might be something better And at this point What's another measure. I need your help but I can't say it Pull me out I ain't gonna make it And I guess the only thing to do Is break all of my promises to you To you. More on Genius.
Snake Eyes" is a drum and bass song by Feint featuring CoMa. It was released via Monstercat on October 12, 2012, and is included as the thirteenth track on Monstercat 010 - Conquest. Drum & Bass songs. Monstercat 010 - Conquest tracks.
Snake Eyes by Trouble, released 04 June 2017 1. Snake Eyes 2. Mother's Gone Written and recorded for the highly anticipated return of David Lynch’s cult television classic Twin Peaks, ‘Snake Eyes’ effectively harkens a time when noir R&B was the de-facto soundtrack to hard liquor violence. The instrumental trio Trouble includes Lynch’s son Riley Lynch on guitar, longtime music supervisor for Lynch, Dean Hurley on drums and Alex Zhang Hungtai (Dirty Beaches, Last Lizard) on tenor saxophone. The B-side to the single consists of the bonus ‘Mother’s Gone;’ a menacing companion track also.
|5||We Won't Go Home Tonight|
|7||Drunk On The Dance Floor|
|9||Ye Olde Heave Hoe!|
|10||Life In The Old Dog|
|12||Find My Own Way Home|
NotesAll tracks (c) Leatherat & Meaty Music (2013, ASCAP/MCPS)
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