Wherever I come bad luck is coming my way
Wherever I go hard luck is there to stay
If I say yes people laugh and say I'm mad
If I say no they get furious and I get said
Goodluck never stays a day
Bad luck's always coming my way

Calamity Man
They call me the Calamity Man
But I'm trying as hard as I can
To keep bad luck away from me
But I'm doomed to live a life filled with misery
I took a trip to England on a ferryboat
After a while it sank after being afloat
Few years ago I went to holydays on Tenerife
Leaving there people full of grief
Goodluck never stays a day
Bad luck's always coming my way

I'm even worse than a tornado, whirlwind, hurricane
Even my looks make ordinary people go insane
When they put me away in a bunker of ferro-concrete
My misery radiation made it crash completely
Goodluck never stays a day
Bad luck's always coming my way

I took a trip to England on a ferryboat
After a while it sank after being afloat
Few years ago I went to holydays on Tenerife
Leaving there people full of grief
Goodluck never stays a day
Bad luck's always coming my way


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