Watch One Two Buckle My Shoe in HD! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kjvsxsgup_kBuy the award-winning DVD :) http://www.mothergooseclub.com/store.phpVisit our ad-free website, http://www.mothergooseclub.com, for exciting songs, videos, narrated nursery rhymes, and printable coloring pages. Come join the club!Check out our multiple award-winning DVD:http://www.mothergooseclub.com/store.phpSubscribe!http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sockeyemediaJoin us on Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/mothergooseclubWatch more videos on our channel:http://www.youtube.com/user/SockeyeMediaFollow us on Twitter:http://twitter.com/#!/mothergooseclubA big thanks to all of our fans out there big and small!Buy our nursery rhyme songs:http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004YCO5OM/http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004YCOWJK/Historical Background:The first known publication of "Queen of Hearts" was printed in "The European Magazines" in 1782 along with three less popular poems, "The King of Spades," "The King of Clubs," and "The King of Diamonds." These additional rhymes described their respective kings' living situations and their wives. In an English deck of playing cards, the Queen of Hearts has been linked to Elizabeth of York, queen to Henry VII. The headdress worn by the queen of hearts mimics the queen's crown of the early Tudor era. The Queen of Hearts is also a well-known character in Lewis Caroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland."Download a printable coloring page for Queen of Hearts (just click print):http://mothergooseclub.com/rhymes.php?cat=food&id=161Listen to a narration of Queen of Hearts:http://mothergooseclub.com/rhymes.php?cat=food&id=161"Queen of Hearts" lyrics:The Queen of HeartsShe made some tarts,All on a summer's day.The Knave of Hearts,He stole the tarts,And took them clean away.The King of Hearts,Called for the tarts,And beat the Knave full sore.The Knave of HeartsBrought back the tarts,And vowed he'd steal no more.Additional versions:Version 1The Queen of HeartsShe made some tarts,All on a summer's day.The Knave of Hearts,He stole the tarts,And took them clean away.The King of Hearts,Called for the tarts,And beat the Knave full sore.The Knave of HeartsBrought back the tarts,And vowed he'd steal no more.Source: Wright, The Original Mother Goose (1916)Version 2The Queen of Hearts she made some Tarts Upon a Summer's day,The Knave of Hearts he saw those Tarts and Stole them all away; and stole them all away;The King of Hearts heard of those Tarts, and To the Knave did say;You Knave of Hearts restore the Tarts,Or else for them you pay; or else for them you paySource: Baily, Queen of Hearts (sheet music), (1785)
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