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Jun 17, 2008
I absolutely love the beat on this song.
Feb 1, 2007
i loved this song THANKS! :)
Lyrics
Stacey Q
"Two of Hearts"
I never said i wasn't gonna tell nobody
no baby
But desperate lover, I can't keep it to myself
oh no
When we're together it's like hot coals in a fire
oh baby
My body's burning so come on heat my desire
come on come on
Two of hearts
Two hearts that beat as one
Two of hearts
I need you, I need you
Two of hearts
Two hearts that beat as one
Two of hearts
come on, come on
People get jealous cuz we always stay together
yeah baby
I guess they really want a love like yours and mine
together forever
I never thought that I could ever be this happy
yeah baby
My prayers were answered, boy you came in the nick of time
ohhh
I got this feeling that you're going to stay
I never knew that it could happen this way
Before I met you I was falling apart
But now at last I really know we're made of
chorus
I never said I wasn't gonna tell nobody
no baby
But desperate lover, I can't keep it to myself
oh no
When we're together it's like hot coals in a fire
oh baby
My body's burning so come on heat my desire
ohhh
I got this feeling that you're going to stay
I never knew that it could happen this way
Before I met you I was falling apart
But now at last I really know we're made of
About Stacey Q:
Stacey Q (born Stacey Lynn Swain on November 30, 1959 in Fullerton, California) is an electronic dance music singer, best known for her 1986 hit single "Two of Hearts".
Early in her life, Swain studied classical ballet and theater. In the early 80's, she joined the dance music outfit Q (named after the James Bond character), which became SSQ. When she went solo as Stacey Q, she initially continued to work with her SSQ bandmates.
"Two of Hearts", the first single off her 1986 solo album Better Than Heaven, reached #3 in the U.S. in 1986. The followup single, "We Connect", released in 1987, peaked at #23. Both songs were featured on the TV series The Facts Of Life, in which she made guest appearances as the character Cinnamon (she would go on to appear in the sitcoms Full House and Mama's Family). Her sophomore album, Hard Machine and third album, Nights Like This, recieved more critical acclaim but went mostly unnoticed to all but dance music lovers and hardcore Stacey Q fans.
Initially written off as HiNRG fluff, Stacey Q showed a more spiritually-minded side of herself on the late-90's, folk-leaning release Boomerang (which included a version of George Harrison's "My Sweet Lord"). Though maintaining a fairly steady presence on the dance charts, since then she has yet to return to the Top 40. 1998 saw her make a "special non-sexual appearance" as a Chinese food delivery girl in the gay porn film Playing The Odds, and in 2000 she took part in the gay-themed comedydramaart film Citizens of Perpetual Indulgence. She's also appeared on Never Mind The Buzzcocks (2002), and voiced a character in the English-language version of the Japanese animation, Stratos 4.
VH1's Where Are They Now? produced a feature on the artist, in which she revealed herself to be a devotee of Tibetan Buddhism, having practiced under a teacher in Tibet.
As of 2004 Stacey resides in Fullerton, CA with her mother and is still in the music industry. Stacey is rumoured to be working on a new project titled, "Stardust" which has no scheduled release date yet. This rumors seemed to have been only rumors since recently Stacey Q released another hits copilation of previous songs from her SSQ and solo era.