A young man with an addiction to gambling has managed to get himself into serious debt. In an effort to pay off the bookies, his uncle pulls a few strings and gets him a job working for a gangster who needs a "runner" to place bets with various bookies. The gangster keeps his new "runner" on a short leash, and for the most part the young gambler behaves himself. However, the temptation of walking around with large sums of cash proves too great, and the "runner" puts both his job and his survival on the line when he dips into his boss's funds to buy a ring for his girlfriend.
Never make a bet you can't afford to lose.
Did You Know?
Steve Schirripa and Bokeem Woodbine both previously featured in The Sopranos (1999) See more
And like an asshole, I spent the money on you. Because I thought it would make you happy. And you can't put a price on that.
Written and Performed by Douglas September
Produced by Randy Gerston
& Steve Lindsey
Courtesy of Samson Records See more