Popular Songs · I'm Sorry · House Of The Rising Sun · I Ain't Superstitious · Long Long While. Auch für Online-Casinos solltest Du immer die passende Mucke im Ohr haben. Vor kurzem erst habe auch ich mich in einem Online-Casino. TopPop-Songs mit Casinomotiv. 17 Aug. Casino. Pak Hou Cheung. Teilen Frank Sinatra war Stammgast in den Casinos von Las Vegas während ihrer.
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Austeilen der Karten beim Black Jack oder Pokern Song In Casino um das Song In Casino der Kugel in den Roulette-Kessel handelt. - Roll of the dice - Bruce SpringsteenSie behandeln entweder allgemein das Glücksspiel oder bestimmte Games wie Blackjack oder Poker.
This Kenny Rogers classic, which was written by Don Schlitz, recounts an encounter between the singer and a gambler aboard a train to nowhere. The star of the song has plenty of wisdom to offer card players.
The catchy chorus that proclaims "you've got to know when to hold'em, know when to fold'em, know when to walk away, and know when to run" is true whether you are playing cards or just living your life at large.
Either way adding this hit to your playlist is no gamble at all. This Grateful Dead classic, which has been performed live more than times, originally appeared on Jerry Garcia's solo release.
The track is a tribute to gambling but it's also loaded with nuggets of wisdom. The song begins with the catchy lines "since it costs a lot to win and even more to lose, you and me bound to spend some time wondering what to choose.
In Still the Same, Detroit singer-songwriter Bob Seger sings about a successful gambler who places all the right bets and knows that you should "never play the game too long.
Surprisingly, the song wasn't inspired by Las Vegas. Even in those days, it was a far cry from the State of Michigan.
If you've ever played deuces wild poker, you know that landing a two is your main fantasy at least while the game is in session.
That's because deuces are whatever you need or want them to be. That line of thinking is at the core of this Aerosmith track. The woman who is the object of Steven Tyler's affection is up for anything.
He repeatedly sings "I love you 'cause your deuces are wild, girl, like a double shot of lovin' so fine.
If you're the kind of guy or gal who always keeps a deck handy, you'll have no trouble relating to this Canadian country classic. This catchy four-minute number is a popular favorite when it comes to songs about poker, as Lund runs down all the work and life commitments he wants to ditch simply so he can give in to his card obsession.
At the end of the day, Lund would rather play blackjack, Omaha, Chinese rummy, draw poker, split hi-lo, Texas Hold'em, let it ride, and dozens of other games than write songs, book a show, play hockey, or spend time with his hot groupies.
Tex Ritter's spoken word version of the Deck of Cards song hit the top ten in Although the recording is a cover of the T. Texas Tyler song that also charted the same year, the lyrics come from a folk story that's been around for a couple centuries.
The song recounts the tale of a soldier who is caught by his sergeant playing cards in church. The solider explains that the cards act as his bible.
For example, the ace represents the one true god, three acts as the holy trinity, jack stands in for the devil, ten represents the number of commandments, and the queen is the Virgin Mary.
The list goes on and on just like the deck itself. High Voltage album track. The song tells the story of a promiscuous woman who pretends to be innocent with great lines like "her deuce was wild, but my ace was high" and "said she'd never had a full house, but I should have known.
If you catch a live clip, you'll notice that many of the poker references are gone as the track is now more sexually explicit.
With a chorus that finds the singer proclaiming his love for the queen of hearts, this track from Gregg Allman's debut album had little trouble earning a spot on our list.
Although the song mentions "gambling with your own happiness," there's no denying this is a love song at its core. The track was written for Gregg's second wife Janice.
Of course, history tells us that love can be quite a cruel game as the singer has been married and divorced six times.
With refrains like "I love you queen of hearts, don't tell me when to stop, tell me when to start," we shouldn't be shocked at the way history played out.
Like many songs about gambling, Losing Hand deals with betting on love and losing badly. The song begins and ends with the line "I gambled on your love baby and a got a losing hand," but what happens in the middle is even more interesting.
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Facebook Twitter Tumblr RSS. Release Date November 14, Track Listing - Disc 1. Georges Delerue. I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man. Willie Dixon. I'll Take You There.
Alvertis Isbell. Nights in White Satin. Justin Hayward. How High the Moon. List of Songs. Ace catches the two hustlers at the tables cheating.
King Add time. On the car radio while Ace and Nicky talk about getting Ginger to come back. Ace and his friends are at the same restaurant as Nicky and Frank, but ignore them.
The people involved in the skimming are executed by mobsters. Ace picks Ginger up from airport after she kidnapped their daughter.
Nicky finds his way back in the casino and demands money for the blackjack table. I Ain't Superstitious Written by Willie Dixon Performed by Jeff Beck Courtesy of Epic Records by Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing Published by Hoochie Coochie Music Administered by Bug.
Happy Birthday to You Written by Patty S. Hill as Patty and Mildred J. Hill as Mildred Hill Published by Summy-Birchard Music. Working In The Coal Mine Written by Allen Toussaint Performed by Lee Dorsey Courtesy of Artista Records, Inc.
Published by Screen Gems-EMI Music Inc. Stardust Instrumental Written by Hoagy Carmichael Courtesy of The RCA Records Label of BMG Music Published by EMI Mills Music Inc.
Stardust Vocal Written by Hoagy Carmichael and Mitchell Parish Courtesy of The RCA Records Label of BMG Music Published by EMI Mills Music Inc.
Marks Music Co. I'll Take You There Written by Al Bell Performed by The Staple Singers Courtesy of Fantasy, Inc.
Published by Irving Music, Inc. Love Me the Way I Love You Written by Charles Tobias Performed by Jerry Vale Courtesy of The Robert Vale Record Co.
Published by Ched Music Corp. Published by ABKCO Music, Inc. Published by Famous Music Corporation.