"The Lottery" as written by and Harvey Jay Mason James Edward Fauntleroy Ii....
If I gotta guess it I will
I think it's 310-143-1437
Baby if I press it then will I get to you?
Let me know, what is your number girl?

Every minute is worth a dime of spending
You can change my whole life if you with it
I chart, one in a billion
My heart, I bet on you if I just get your number

[Chorus]
Girl if I put your number in my phone
I hope that it's the right one
Girl if I did then
I'm goin' in tonight hon
It could mean a lot for me
I think I done hit the lottery, baby yeah
Think I hit the lottery, baby yeah

Get on this investment 'cause if you bet on me
Then we can go anywhere in love it's nothing
If I leave a message I hope that it comes through
Let me know, if I'm the one, girl

Every minute is worth a dime of spending
You can change my whole life if you with it
I chart, one in a billion
My heart, I bet on you if I just get your number

[Chorus]

Think I hit the lottery

If you choose me (girl I promise)
If you choose (I'll be honest)
If you choose me (won't abuse it)
If you choose me
And if you choose me
And if you choose
And if you choose me
And if you choose (I'mma love you)

[Chorus]

(Can I get your number?)

Girl let me get that number, hit the jackpot girl
Your like the lottery, your like the lottery yeah
Girl let me get that number, hit the jackpot girl
Your like the lottery, your like the lottery yeah

Girl let me get that number, hit the jackpot girl
Your like the lottery, your like the lottery yeah
Girl let me get that number, hit the jackpot girl
Your like the lottery, your like the lottery yeah


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"The Lottery" as written by Harvey Jay Mason James Edward Fauntleroy Ii

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    General Comment"When someone in my family was diagnosed with cancer I had the music to this song and was working on vocals. It's all I could think about. I had just gotten off the phone with them as they poured their heart out to me about what it's like to be facing mortality and failing health. Most of the themes of that song, including the comparison of the lottery to getting cancer, came out of that call." - anthony green

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    rltwjsaneon September 09, 2012   Link
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    General CommentYou never know what will happen, the smart man will expect the worse.

    "Who'll take the lottery/ We're the unlucky one."
    Starman666on April 16, 2013   Link

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