Vicki Lee

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Country - General | Saco, Maine, United States
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Member Since: 2004
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Song Description

A strong young woman who had many plans and dreams a head of her found out she had cancer she fought for a long time and was very brave, but the Good Lord called her home.

Story Behind the Song

My mom (Laura's) boyfriend Scott had a sister who died of cancer. She was a very very strong, brave lady with a wonderful soul. She moved my mother so deeply by who she was that when her spirit joined the Lord my mother was able to write this beautiful song in memory of her.

Lyrics

Dealt A Losin? Hand


Like the changing of the tides, all good things have to end.
This brave lady died today, a sister a friend.

Her hopes and dreams were shattered, life was not as she planned.
She was told her days were numbered, dealt a losin? hand.


(CHORUS)

Dealt a losin? hand yet no one could ever tell, she was holding on played her cards so very well

Never once complained she took it right on the chin, dealt a losin? hand not a chance for her to win.



When her loved ones gathered round, to say their last goodbyes.
She could not hide the tears, that welled up in her eyes.

Don?t worry bout me, soon I?ll have peace of mind.
Live your life to the fullest, cherish every day in time.

(CHORUS)

Tag Line:
Dealt a losin? hand not a chance for her to win

Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh

Song Length
4:27
Genres
Country - Traditional, Country - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Heartbreaking, Moving

Subject Matter
Sorrow, Sister


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Laura Smith
Music Credits John Stuart & Roy Clark
Producer Credits John Stuart & Roy Clark
Publisher Credits Lydialee Publishing, Freejun Publishing, Pine Point Publishing
Performance Credits Vicki Lee
Label Credits Lydialee