"Ace of Hz" as written by and Daniel Hunt Ladytron....
Ace on an unbroken line, Ace of Hearts!
Mariner of the time, another Ace of Hearts!
Sweet procession of cards that you take
From each Victorian box that you make!

You break the Ace of Hearts that break too much
The Hearts that cannot be refused on your watch
Break the Ace of Hz!

Draw closer to me, Ace of Hearts!
Aces among the tame, another Ace of Hearts!
Hearts to make yourself free... Yes, you will!
Make free of the cities where time stands still!

You break the Ace of Hearts that break too much
The bombs that cannot be defused by your touch

Break the Ace of Hz!
Break Aces of Hearts!
Break all Aces of Hearts!


Lyrics submitted by queenofhz

"Ace of Hz" as written by Daniel Ladytron Daniel Hunt

Lyrics © NETTWERK MUSIC GROUP

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    General CommentShouldn't it be "Ace of Hertz", and not "Ace of Heartz"? I imagine that pronouncing Hertz as "Heartz" is the British pronunciation of the word, but it would still be spelled the same.
    michinobuon January 11, 2011   Link
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    Lyric CorrectionI was listening to the song while reading the lyrics and I caught a mistake in the OP's lyrics. On the fourth line, where you have "From each Victorian box that you make!" it's really:
    From each Victorian box that you break!

    This also makes better sense, since a "Victorian Box" is made of cards. To TAKE cards away from a Victorian Box would BREAK it.

    michinobuon January 12, 2011   Link
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    General Comment"Ace of Hearts" is the kind of double-meaning with Hertz, it's about a man who is probably a womanizer, who simply goes around breaking women's hearts. So the "break the ace of hertz" is about getting revenge on this man.
    KayceeSparkson September 13, 2011   Link

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