"Queen Of Hearts" as written by David Coverdale and Micky Moody....
To the queen of hearts is the ace of sorrow
He's here today, he's gone tomorrow
Young men are plenty but sweethearts few
If my love leaves me what shall I do?

Had I the store in yonder mountain
Where gold and silver is there for counting
I could not count for thought of thee
My eyes so full I could not see

I love my father, I love my mother
I love my sister, I love my brother
I love my friends and relatives too
I'll forsake them all and go with you

To the queen of hearts is the ace of sorrow
He's here today, he's gone tomorrow
Young men are plenty but sweethearts few
If my love leaves me what shall I do ?






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"Queen of Hearts" as written by Micky Moody David Coverdale

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    General CommentPlain but good. Curiously Joan deals with wrong stressing in
    Had I the store in yonder mountain
    Where gold and silver is there for counting
    She prefers the melody to the correct accent. Hear for youselves what came of these lines' ends!
    vphion September 14, 2009   Link

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