King And Queen Of Hearts Lyrics - Pomeranz David
We're the king and queen of hearts
Hold me when the music starts
All my dreams come true
When I dance with you.
Promise me you're mine tonight
I've been waitin' lyin' tonight
While the lights are right
I'll never let you go.
(Hoh) Did I dream that we danced forever
In a wish that we made together
On a night that I prayed would never end (end)
You know it's not my imagination
Or a part of the orchestration
Love was here at the culmination
I'm the king and you're the queen of hearts.
Time will pass and tears will fall
But someday we'll both recall
Moments made of this
(Repeat Chorus except last two words)
In a once and future dream
Where the dances never seem to start.
David Pomeranz - Biography
David Pomeranz is one of the most successful and prolific songwriters and recording artists on the scene today. His songs and recordings have sold over 35 million copies worldwide and his musical projects have earned him a total of 18 Gold and 22 Platinum records. Billboard Magazine has referred to him as, "One of our finer voices..."and his concerts have delighted and inspired millions all over the world.
David's upcoming solo CD release, "A Personal Touch" (2009) is a 12-song compilation of his most beloved love songs including never-before-heard versions of his hit compostitions, "Tryin' To get The Feeling Again" and "If You Walked Away" plus tracks from his other solo albums (one of those albums, "Born For You -- His Best And More", originally released in 1999, has sold over 500,000 copies in the Philippines alone, making it the largest-selling International Pop album in the history of that country.)
In 2008, David premiered his new one-man Musical, "Chaplin - A Life In Concert". based on the life of screen legend, Charlie Chaplin, for which he wrote the score and in which he portrays more than 25 characters. A multi-media "tour de force", the show premiered in 2008 at the Kravis Center For The Performing Arts in Palm Beach, Florida and, in July of 2009, at The Smithtown Performing Arts Center in Long Island. A Tour is presently being scheduled for the 2010-11 Season.
Anyone who has seen David in concert cannot help but be effected by the warmth and power he generates from the stage. As critic Phillip Elwood of The San Francisco Examiner remarked, "It is difficult to open up one's creative heart and soul before an audience and to project the honesty and emotional sensitivity that Pomeranz possesses...". David has appeared in concert at such distinguished International venues as The Universal Amphitheater (Los Angeles), The Kennedy Center (Washington D.C.), The Hippodrome (London), The Cow Palace (San Francisco), The Seattle Kingdome (with The Seattle Symphony), The Old Globe (San Diego), The Hollywood Bowl, The Araneta Coliseum (Manila), Moscow Sports Arena (in concert with Alexander Malinin) and Buddakan Hall (Tokyo) where he won the award for Outstanding Song" at the Yamaha International Song Festival.
Born in New York City and raised on Long Island, David showed signs of "things to come" by conducting to his parent's records on the playroom table and putting on shows for neighbors in the backyard. His first public performances were singing duets with his father in Synagogue and, before long, David learned to play the piano and taught himself to play guitar and drums and, by age 14, began writing his first songs. His teen years were spent playing in rock bands (including a stint as lead singer in East Orange Express - a band that was to become the popular Country act, Pure Prairie League) and at the tender age of 19, he got his first professional break when Decca Records signed him to a multi-album solo contract. During his stint with Decca, he recorded two highly acclaimed albums, "New Blues" (1971), and "Time To Fly" (1972) - the latter, featuring jazz greats Chick Corea, Billy Cobham, Jan Hammer, Eddie Gomez and Airto. At that time, he began to gain a devoted following on tour as an opening act for the likes of Rod Stewart, Billy Joel, Badfinger, Three Dog Night and The Doors (post-Jim Morrison.) In the late 70's and early '80s, David released two more albums, "It's In Every One Of Us" (Arista) and "The Truth Of Us" (Pacific/ Atlantic -- co-produced by David and legendary Paul Simon Producer, Roy Halee) and shared the concert stage with Steely Dan, George Benson, Kenny Loggins, Steve Martin, Phoebe Snow, Steve Martin, Laura Nyro, Melissa Manchester, Randy Newman, The Carpenters and Air Supply.
It was at that time that "other" Major Label Artists began to become aware of David's songs and came calling (the first being Lou Rawls, who recorded