"Lucky" as written by Robert Phillips, Earl Wade, Earl Carroll and Charles Brooks....
It’s about time now that you find out your egos a coffin
So lie down
It’s about time now you put your pride away
Because there’s something about how the words sound
When they’re coming out of your own mouth
That make you wonder what you think this weighs

We’re the lucky ones, and we tore these days undone
We’re the bastard sons who squandered every mile they let us run

You’ve heard enough by now to know
There’s lines to cross and lines to leave alone
You’re worth a fool's weight in gold until they let you go
For what it’s worth, I think you’ve got some nerve
It’s what you earn and not what you deserve
That keep the feet below your knees planted to the ground
So set your sights ahead and chase it down

We’re the lucky ones, and we tore these days undone
We’re the bastard sons who squandered every mile they let us run
If this is all a dream, then I beg you to let me sleep
Cause I’ve found something worth all I’ve given up

Give in, fade out
Raise the bar or set it down
Cause you can’t change the rules they made to suit yourself
Give in, fade out
Raise the bar or set it down
Cause you can’t change the rules they made to suit yourself

We’re the lucky ones, and we tore these days undone
We’re the bastard sons who squandered every mile they let us run
(We're lucky the lucky ones)
If this is all a dream, then I beg you to let me sleep
(When it's said and done
We're the bastard sons)
Cause I’ve found something worth all I’ve given up
(And we tore these days undone)


Lyrics submitted by eltroyo11

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