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"Top Gambling Songs of the 70s"

The 70s is a great era for music. It is also around this time that some of the best songs about gambling
were made. I'm sure you all know that in these days we can play online casinos and even play casino on
mobile, but in the Seventies you could play on real casino halls and listen to hits from the 70s. Here are a
few examples.

"The Winner Takes It All" by Abba

There is probably no song that could better explain the euphoria in a gambling hall more than this song by
Abba. It is a nice upbeat music that will surely put you in a good mood to win high stakes whether you like
playing poker, blackjack, bingo, baccarat, slots, roulette, or whatever. On top of that, this song speaks a
lot of truth about casino gambling, landbased or online. Indeed, the winner takes it all.

"The Jack" by AC/DC

This song is a common staple in many performances by AC/DC. Some people say it is one of the best-
written songs by the artists. Well, why not? This gambling song chronicles one card game with very catchy
phrases. It's a nice sing-along song but more so, it is a nice beat to keep you in the mood for some
gambling fun. It will help uplift your spirit for a nice round, whether you are into playing cards or other
casino favorites such as slot machines and bingo balls.

"Viva Las Vegas" by Elvis Presley

Elvis Presley is a phenomenal artist and all his tunes have become phenomenal when they were released.
"Viva Las Vegas" has an added push of being about casino gambling, which at the time, was at its peak. It
helps that the song spoke about Las Vegas in particular. It is the gambling capital of the world, then and
now. Describing it in a song is truly clever, especially since the artist hit it right with his playful
lyrics. It is no surprising then, that even after a couple of decades, Presley's song still rings a bell.


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