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Some Have to Lose
by Bobby G. Cargill

Life's troubled road and heartfelt sorrow.
I made my way, I never had to borrow.
My destiny on this old Earth,
to make my way, for what it's worth.

Busting knuckles, and sweating blood.
Climb a ladder, wash off the mud.
To be on top and play the game.
Life's sweet sorrows. Man, there ain't no shame.

They'll knock you down, jump on your feet.
Around this town, you'll walk the street.
Follow your dream, you know the costs.
And then you'll win, where others lost.

INSTRUMENTAL BREAK (GUITAR, STEEL GUITAR and DRUMS)

Before your time, they were in your shoes.
Some made it big, some had to lose.
We're all just human on this great plane.
Gotta have feelings, but we feel the pain.

They'll knock you down, jump on your feet.
Around this town you'll walk the street.
Follow your dream, you know the costs.
And then you'll win where others lost.

So remember, what I say to you.
Sometimes you're happy, sometimes you're blue.
Go your way, at what you do.
To make it big, some have to lose.

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