"Lucky Man" as written by Ronnie Rogers and Mark Wright....
Lightning hit that oak tree we've been lookin' at for years
This summer oh I know we'll miss the shade - we just made it through
The coldest winter we ever knew and our ole hound Dixie passed away
Yeah I guess I've got things to be down about but in spite of it all honey ain't no doubt

I'm livin' the life of a lucky man
Counting my blessings holding your hand
I thank the Lord above for sending me your love
And for giving me the life of a lucky man

So many things we talk about never do come true
But Heaven knows I wish they could for you - believe me I know
You should be tempted to go that would be the easy thing to do
So many just give up and walk away but in spite of it all you're strong enough to stay

I'm livin' the life of a lucky man
Counting my blessings holding your hand
I thank the Lord above for sending me your love
And for giving me the life of a lucky man

I guess I've got things to be down about
But in spite of it all honey ain't no doubt


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"Lucky Man" as written by Ronnie Rogers Mark Wright

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