"the unluckiest man in the world" as written by James Desmond Edwards, Francis Griffiths and Thomas Scott....
Oh, you brought a bright summer's day
To my gray stormy heart.
What do you think about love?
Is it such a great place to start?
I just know that this warm glow inside
Feels like an orchestra swell.
And now I know now as well.
You finally made me like myself.

Oh, you broke the hearts of a prince,
a doctor, a pilot, a king.
And you fell in love with the unluckiest man in the whole damn world.
The unluckiest man in the whole damn world.
The unluckiest man in the whole damn world.

The smallest of men, couldn't even turn you to them.
They have am morning of lucks
Know all the best clubs in town.
The latest high-fashion suits and their big flashy cars.
But just for the thrill of it if they try it on,
You kick them where it hurts and adios they're gone.
You finally made me like myself.

Oh, you broke the hearts of a lawyer, a playboy, a Georgian, a pimp.
And you fell in love with the unluckiest man in the whole damn world.
The unluckiest man in the whole damn world.
The unluckiest man in the whole damn world.

You finally made me like myself.

Oh, you broke the hearts of a prince,
a doctor, a pilot, a king.
And you fell in love with the unluckiest man in the whole damn world.
The unluckiest man in the whole damn world.
The unluckiest man in the whole damn world.
That's right. The unluckiest man in the whole damn world.
One more time! The unluckiest man in the whole damn world


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