"Lucky Day" as written by Andrea Wasse, Simon Wilcox, Marc Jordan and Rob Brien Wells....
You're much too old
To be fooling around
You're much too young
To be settling down
You close the door
Without a sound
You need to get out of this town

You believed
There'd be no end
When one door closed
Another opened

When the darkness cleared
and the sun came up
I looked at you
And the damage done
You made it through
You found your way
That was my lucky day

You found loneliness
In company
Seduction in catastrophe
And you don't know
Who you want to be
But you need to
Get out of this city

You believed
There'd be no end
When one door closed
Another opened

When the darkness cleared
and the sun came up
I looked at you
And the damage done
You made it through
You found your way
That was my lucky day

When the wind was wild
And it stole your breath
And you thought that you
Had nothing left
Oh you made it through
You found your way
That was my lucky day

You're much too tired
To be driving at night
You could lose yourself
In the pale streetlight
And the signs on this road
They just ain't right
They won't get you out of this

When the darkness cleared
and the sun came up
I looked at you
And the damage done
You made it through
You found your way
That was my lucky day

When the wind was wild
And it stole your breath
And you thought that you
Had nothing left
Oh you made it through
You found your way
That was my lucky day
That was my lucky day
That was my lucky day


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"Lucky Day" as written by Marc Jordan Andrea Wasse

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    General CommentNot my favourite song on the albulm. Still, I love the guy. Even though I voted for Theresa!!
    JoeShorkon February 07, 2005   Link

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