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Blackjack Davey. Written by: Traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan. Black Jack Davey come a-riden' on back, A-whistlin' loud and merry. Made the woods around.


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Do anyone want to bring up any songs about blackjack? There are dozens of popular songs about poker but few about Blackjack. Ray Charles.


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Does anyone know of any songs that mention blackjack? The only one I could think of is Ian Tyson's "Summer Wages", the first lines of which.


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There are dozens of popular songs about poker but few about Blackjack. Ray Charles - "Blackjack". I sat there with two tens. I thought I'd have.


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Create & stream a free custom radio station based on the song Blackjack by Ray Charles on iHeartRadio! 30 Selected Songs, Ray Charles, 2m 21sec.


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Check out our definitive top 31 list for the songs that really caught our attention The King covers all the bases with mentions of poker, blackjack, roulette, craps.


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He then introduced his wife, Bessie Blackjack, who sang four songs in the Tutchone language, each expressing intimate personal connections between people.


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He repeatedly sings "I love you 'cause your deuces are wild, girl, like a double shot of lovin' so fine. While card players might know 5th street as the river in several poker variations, in LA it's home to the downtrodden, or at least it was 37 years ago. The hip-hop track doesn't waste its time using cards as a stand in for love. The solider explains that the cards act as his bible. This Grateful Dead classic, which has been performed live more than times, originally appeared on Jerry Garcia's solo release. 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 late poet turned folk singer Leonard Cohen had plenty to say about gambling in this brilliant track from his debut album. This particular desperado isn't a usual bandit who finds himself running from the law. Even in those days, it was a far cry from the State of Michigan. Although this Robert Johnson classic more than holds its own, all but the most ardent blues fanatics are more familiar with Eric Clapton's faithful cover version. You don't have to be a country music fan to appreciate The Gambler. It's not hard to spot poker and betting references like high rollers, chips, betting on a loser, lady luck, and seven come eleven, which will be familiar to craps players. With samples of WSOP TV coverage, poker chips clanking, and witty lines from the hit movie Rounders, Pokerface might just be the ultimate tribute to the game. Rather than playing for monetary gain, he plays for knowledge and to crack the code of the game. That's because deuces are whatever you need or want them to be. Instead, his prison is solitude and the possibility of dying alone. Beneath the infectious beat and sexual innuendo, you'll find plenty of poker-fueled lines like "luck and intuition play the cards with spades to start" and "I wanna hold em' like they do in Texas. We all know that the mayhem matters as much as what unfolds at the tables. 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. Surprisingly, the song wasn't inspired by Las Vegas. 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. 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. The card reference here is "the queen of heart still baking tarts. Listen for key lines like "lost my money playing poker so I had to leave town" and "I ain't turning back to living that old life no more. The jack of hearts in this story is the leader of a gang of robbers while Rosemary is "a queen without a crown" and Lily is a princess at least metaphorically speaking. The song which tackles the familiar topics of love and regret is filled with card references. When Tom Waits sings about "a place where a royal flush can never beat a pair" he isn't paying tribute to some bizarre poker variation. The song deals with throwing caution to the wind, falling in love, and playing the price with your heart. The Nickel actually refers to 5th street in Los Angeles. That's precisely the topic Katy Perry tackles in this top 40 smash, which finds an underage couple trying to piece together what happened the night before. Solitaire is a top 40 song about a man "who lost his love through his indifference. Although gambling takes a back seat to the fear of accidentally getting married, partying, and blackouts, it's hard to deny the truth behind the catch phrase what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. The track is a tribute to gambling but it's also loaded with nuggets of wisdom. Lines like, "I'll just almost hold you, you just almost stay here," might make you reconsider the way you play. 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. Buried at the end of the third side of the Clash's critically acclaimed London Calling double LP, listeners will find this surprisingly buoyant piano number. Just don't blame us when they get stuck in your head. The woman who is the object of Steven Tyler's affection is up for anything. Whether or not you are familiar with skid row, Waits reminds us that most games have winners and losers, especially the game known as life. The song is filled with gambling references, including mentions of the little queen of spades who men just won't leave alone. The star of the song has plenty of wisdom to offer card players. Lyrically, the song finds the singer wearing her heart on her sleeve, "playing with the queen of hearts, knowing it ain't really smart. High Voltage album track. 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. This top country hit speaks of the hazards of following your heart using all sorts of gambling lingo. 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.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The song is loaded with great gambling verses like "pushing up the ante, I know you want to see me, read 'em and weep, the dead man's hand again. While scholars might debate whether Cohen is singing about poker, drug dealing, love, or some carefully crafted combination of the three, there are lots of great lyrics that will appeal to any poker fan. There are also references to odds with the final verse of "you have cast you dice, take your chances at they come, one by one. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}When you consider how popular betting is, it shouldn't be surprising that gambling gets its fair share of attention when it comes to hit television shows, movies, and songs. In the eyes of the Eagles, it all comes down to the luck of the draw. 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. Close to a decade ago, Lady Gaga capitalized on the global poker boom and kick started her career with this smash hit that draws parallels between love and everybody's favorite card game. Instead, listeners are taken on a rhythmic journey that any poker player can relate to. You barely have to pay attention to hear the mention of the ace of hearts, which is "the dream of every man. As you might expect, the video features its share of shuffling decks. Musically speaking, That Was a Crazy Game of Poker feels like two songs in one as the tempo slows down halfway through, which might make you feel like you hit the jackpot. 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 the track was written back in , but didn't see the light of day for another three and a half decades. There's also a twist on the old adage the third time is a charm. The song compares domestic bliss to a winning poker hand. Naturally you'll find plenty of poker references like landing a full house but losing to a royal flush. Despite stalling at number two on the American pop and country charts, this card-themed classic dominated international airwaves in the early s. Let's take a look and listen to some of the standout tracks that have made their mark over the years. If you've ever seen Garth Brooks perform live, you'll know that this gem is always a crowd pleaser. While The Card Cheat's melody practically begs you to sing along, the words are rather dark. Card players should have no trouble relating to the verse "then sweeping up the joker that he left behind, you find he did not leave you very much, not even laughter. Either way adding this hit to your playlist is no gamble at all. The track, which was co-written by Bob Dylan and Ketch Secor, recounts the story of a man who is heading home to his southern roots after some gambling mishaps in New England. You don't have to listen diligently to be moved by lines like "keeping to himself he plays the game, without her love it always ends the same" and "while life goes on around him everywhere, he's playing solitaire. The song recounts the story of a luckless man who keeps losing it all at the tables. You don't have to listen too carefully to spot other poker references like a "wild-card man" and "little queen of the south. Throughout the song, Johnson cries that he's "gonna get a gamblin' woman" and by the end of the track, the singer proposes that the queen join him in a union so that they can "make our money green. 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. 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. As a self-described perfect match, the singer and the object of his affection are two of a kind but they are "workin' on a full house," meaning there are some kids in the cards. We can all relate to lines like "the game's gotten old, the deck's gone cold, and I'm gonna have to put you down for a while" and "you push it all in, and you've no chance to win, you play'em on down to the end. Clocking in at close to nine minutes, this Bob Dylan classic features a complicated storyline that focuses more on planning a bank robbery, murder, and jealous lovers rather than the action upon the felt. As Sting puts it, "he deals the cards to find the answer, the sacred geometry of chance, the hidden law of a probable outcome. The list goes on and on just like the deck itself. If you've ever wondered how a few rounds of poker with the devil might play out, you'll want to spin this O. Diamond Jack isn't widely known outside the United Kingdom, but the song will surely delight the ears of any gambler, while the poker song lyrics will also have you reaching for the microphone. Listen for lyrics like "don't you draw the queen of diamonds, boy, she'll beat you if she's able" and "the queen of hearts is always your best bet. That line of thinking is at the core of this Aerosmith track. Written especially for the hit film Lucky You starring Eric Bana and Drew Barrymore, Huck's Tune is proof that the Nobel Prize winner's craft is still strong in the twenty-first century. This Kenny Rogers classic, which was written by Don Schlitz, recounts an encounter between the singer and a gambler aboard a train to nowhere. If you've ever been to Las Vegas, you know that the nights can get out of hand. Naturally, the official video, which you can view above, features footage from the movie. While that might seem within the realm of normal, things get out of hand when you add a little whisky, bourbon, and caliber revolver into the mix. The song recounts the tale of a soldier who is caught by his sergeant playing cards in church. The song is about a poker player who doesn't care about winning or losing. The song does mention Lily playing poker in the cabaret plus there are other loose references to suits and playing cards like the jack of hearts, kings, and a diamond mine. While you might have difficulty making out more than the chorus in this heavy metal tour de force, this track is more than just a tribute to the coveted ace of spades. Nicks casts herself as the dealer who "held the cards" but also refers to herself as a card shark. There's a great line early on that asks, "with a card up his sleeve, what would he achieve? Dylan sings about the perils of poker, money, and relationships, which are precisely what the film is about. It's a particularly fitting selection, since the Western comedy features both a poker tournament and a love story. The track is about a poker game with high stakes and is fully loaded with gambling lingo.