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So the cards took over...

The ace of hearts
Is way over do.
The two of hearts
Reminds me of you.
The three of hearts
The love musent be true.
The four of hearts
I have to reveiw.

The five of hearts,
As things we done.
The six of hearts
Im on the run.
The seven of hearts
Like bullets in that gun.
The eight of hearts
Let's go have some fun.

The nine of hearts
Doesnt want to wait.
The ten of hearts
Wants to build a strait.
The jack of hearts
He sure is late.
The queen of hearts
Is on a date.
The king of hearts
Becomes my mate.

The ace spades
Is nowhere to be found.
The two of spades
Is some place around.
The three of spades
Been burried in the ground.
The four of spades,
Trying to be crowned.

The five of spades,
At the bottom of the deck.
The six of spades
Is getting high tech.
The seven of spades
Been killed in a wreck.
The eight of spades
Do you take a check?

The nine of spades
What a joke.
The ten of spades
Takes a sip of coke.
The jack of spades
Had a stroke.
The queen of spades
Just awoke.
The king of spades
Wearing a cloak.

The ace of diamonds
Comes to life.
The two of diamonds
Pulls a knife.
The three of diamonds
Calls the ace his wife.
The four of diamonds
Tired of the strife.

The five of diamonds
Only a little more to go.
The six of diamonds
Six feet below.
The seven of diamonds
Burned months ago.
The eight of diamonds
Stolen by a crow.

The nine of diamonds
Falls into the fryer.
The ten of diamonds
Has gone hay wire.
The jack of diamonds
Is nothing but a liar.
The queen of diamonds
Considers herself higher.
The king of diamonds
Is set on fire.

The ace of clubs
Dares to take a chance.
The two of clubs
Looking for romance.
The three of clubs
Stays in a trance.
The four of clubs
Enjoying the last dance.

The five of clubs
Is calling it a day.
The six of clubs
Doesnt want to play.
The seven of clubs
Was thrown away.
The eight of clubs
Is at the cafe.

The nine of clubs
Doesnt belong.
The ten of clubs
Feels so strong
The jack of clubs
Singing the same song
The queen of clubs
Isent far along
The king of clubs
Is wearing a thong.

The red joker
Where would he be?
The black joker
Is by the sea.
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