"Lady Luck" as written by David Coverdale and Cook,....
She was a juke-box dancer
A blue eyed gypsy queen
She always had an answer
For what she'd done
And where she'd been
A feathercane Lady Midnight
For all around to see
She spoke with words of wisdom
And this is what she said to me

Lady luck
C'mon give me what I want
Pull me up
Lady luck
If I see you again
I will call you my friend

I have always been a sinner
But then the lady came along
She stole my heart and turned me 'round
'Till I didn't know right from wrong
She whispered words of kindness
I'd never ever heard before
Golden words and silver tongue
Till I really couldn't take no more

Lady luck
C'mon give me what I want
Pull me up
Lady luck
If I see you again
I will call you my friend
C'mon shake me


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"Lady Luck" as written by David Coverdale

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    General CommentAn inferior rewrite of Strange Kind Of Woman - read between the lines, the women in both songs are prostitutes. ("A woman who sells herself for money. C'mon, own up, fellas - you love 'em!" - DC onstage)
    imrazoron March 11, 2011   Link

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