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Queen of hearts
With lynn anderson
Writer hank devito

Midnight, and I'm a-waiting on the twelve-oh-five Hoping it'll take me just a little farther down the line Moonlight, you're just a heartache in disguise; Won't you keep my heart from breaking if it's only for a very short time chorus: Playing with the queen of hearts, knowing it ain't really smart The joker ain't the only fool who'll do anything for you Laying out another lie, thinking 'bout a life of crime That's what I'll have to do to keep me away from you Honey, you know it makes you mad Why is everybody telling everybody what you have done Baby, I know it makes you sad But when they're handing out the heartaches you know you got to have you some chorus: Lovers, I know you've had a few But hide your heart beneath the covers and tell 'em they're the only one And others, they know just what I'm going through And it's a-hard to be a lover when you say you're only in it for fun Playing with the queen of hearts, knowing it ain't really smart The joker ain't the only fool who'll do anything for you chorus Playing with the queen of hearts (repeat and fade)



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