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"Heart of the Cards" is the thirteenth song on the Yu-Gi-Oh! Music to Duel By soundtrack. It is written by Eric Stuart and Questar Welsh[1] with the former providing rap vocals whilst the latter is heard during the chorus.

Lyrics

Long ago in ancient times
A sacred game was played of both spirit and mind
Seven items hold the mystery: Puzzle, Eye, Necklace, Ring, Rod, Scale, and Key

Who will make the final stand?
Make the move
The answer lies in your hand
And whether you win or lose
Hangs in the balance with
The card you choose

(Trust) trust in the heart
Don't let down your guard
The heart of the cards
Don't battle too hard
Remember to trust in the heart of the cards
(Yu-Gi-Oh!
Yu-Gi-Oh!
Time to duel!)

There's a presence deep within
Search your soul, take control
You will win
Two forces intertwine
Just need the guidance of
An open mind

There's a power that's all around
It descends from the friends who won't let you down
And when you come undone
They stand by your side till the duel is won

(Trust) trust in the heart
Don't let down your guard
The heart of the cards
Don't battle too hard
Remember to trust in the heart of the cards
(Yu-Gi-Oh!
Yu-Gi-Oh!
Time to duel!)

(Music)

(Trust) trust in the heart
Don't let down your guard
The heart of the cards
Don't battle too hard
Remember to trust in the heart of the cards
(Yu-Gi-Oh!
Yu-Gi-Oh!
Time to duel!)

(Yu-Gi-Oh! x4)

Long ago in ancient times
Sacred game was played of both spirit and mind
Seven items hold the mystery

Just trust in the heart of the cards
(Yu-Gi-Oh! x4)

Song Credits

Written by Eric Stuart/Questar Welsh
Lead Vocals: Eric Stuart, Questar Welsh
All instruments: Questar Welsh
Produced and arranged by Eric Stuart and Questar Welsh

References

  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oJNwtIKZjg

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