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Top 6 songs for gambling lovers

Music is a way to relax or get more energized. Some compositions can even become soundtracks for gambling. These songs you should listen to first if you place bets in PlayAmo.

“The Gambler”

“The Gambler” poker song is famous all over the world. It’s hard to find a person who can’t repeat at least parts of it. The song was written by Don Schultz and sung by Kenny Rogers, one of the most popular American singers and songwriters.

It’s a song not just about poker but about life. Of course, the beginning of the chorus of this song sounds familiar to every person who has played poker at least once.

“Viva Las Vegas”

“Viva Las Vegas” was sung by Elvis Presley. The lyrics of this song are unpretentious. The song has a fast tempo and is sung about how quickly the money is spent in Las Vegas.

“Poker Face”

This song by Lady Gaga is not so much about poker as it is about romantic feelings. It is a good example of the poker terminology used to describe love and relationships.

It’s also a great example of putting ads in music videos, putting logos on cards and chips, and Beats by Dr. Dre headphones being seen everywhere.

“Ace of Spades”

Motörhead, a popular heavy metal band, is known for their song “Ace of Spades,” which sings about a persistent gambler. For those who are interested in taking their passion for music to the next level, while combining it with gambling, there will be an opportunity to play a slot machine by NetEnt.

“Losing Hand”

If you’ve ever lost money playing poker, then you’ll be close to Ray Charles’ “Losing Hand.” Any fan of Ray Charles’ songs knows that listening to his songs will cause you to experience many emotions. There is probably no better song to listen to after your card doesn’t go down while playing at home or in the casino.

“Shape Of My Heart”

Back in 1993, when the poker boom was 10 years away, “Shape Of My Heart” was included on Sting’s fourth album, Ten Summoner’s Tales. Yet, “Shape Of My Heart” did not become a hit song and did not top the music charts. But almost two decades later, the song became Sting’s calling card.

A huge role in the promotion of the track was played by Leon directed by Luc Besson. This song is played at the very end of the movie. And if you haven’t seen it before, you should watch it.

Author: Buddy Iahn

Buddy Iahn founded The Music Universe when he decided to juxtapose his love of web design and music. As a lifelong drummer, he decided to take a hiatus from playing music to report it. The website began as a fun project in 2013 to one of the top independent news sites.