"The Lucky One" as written by Brett Warren, Brad Warren and Jay Joyce....
So hot outside all I can wear
Is these cut off overalls
And sandals on my feet.
But I emptied my pockets for a bus ticket
Just so I could sit there on a broken seat
I got no place I should go
I got no worries you know
Second or seventh street,
It doesn't matter to me.

'Cause you're mine
That's all I need to know
The sunshine's everywhere we go
It's so right 'cause I've got you to hold
Every night, yeah
I'm the lucky one.
I'm the lucky one.

Well I pulled back down to
My upstreet apartment
The air never works in that old place
Twenty-seven I thought I'd
Be further along
Than just this rented space.
I got no papers to read
I got no cable TV
And I got no places to be
I got no people to meet

'Cause you're mine
That's all I need to know
The sunshine's everywhere we go
It's so right 'cause I've got you to hold
Every night, yeah
I'm the lucky one.
I'm the lucky one.

I'm on a roll
When I'm with you
Don't stop me now
I just can't lose

'Cause you're mine
That's all I need to know
The sunshine's everywhere we go
It's so right 'cause I've got you to hold
Every night

'Cause you're mine
That's all I need to know
The sunshine's everywhere we go
It's so right 'cause I've got you to hold
Every night, yeah
I'm the lucky one
I'm the lucky one,
Yeah I'm the lucky one
I'm the lucky one


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"The Lucky One" as written by Brett Warren Jay Joyce

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