"Lucky To Be Here" as written by Charles P Roth, Jeffrey Curtis Pence, Eliot Walker Sloan and Matthew Joseph Senatore....
All my life has been a show that never ends
Made a lot of music and I've made a lot of friends
I've got two children but I've never had a wife
Don't mean to bore you with the story of my life

I've been criticized for all the things I've done
But I must admit that I did it all in fun
The Lord has blessed me with a song a day to sing
It's been a long hard road but I wouldn't change a thing

And oh
I'm just lucky to be here
I can't believe I got this far
And if I stopped along the way to fight a tear
I'm sorry
But I thought I saw my dream

There's been so much that I've learned along the way
I learned that love is color blind and how to pray
And that emotions were controlled from deep inside
But what I learned the most was how to swallow pride

Oh, I'm just lucky to be here
I can't believe I got this far
And if I stopped along the way to fight a tear
I'm sorry
But I thought I saw my dream
Oh, I'm just lucky to be here
I'd gladly stay a thousand years
Breathe your love into this union of souls
And I'll just write the words



Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae

"Lucky To Be Here" as written by Charles P Roth Jeffrey Curtis Pence

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    General CommentI love this song! To me, it's the kind of song you sing after you've gotten through a rough patch in your life - "it's been a long, hard road, but I wouldn't change a thing." You finally realize the reason for all of your struggling because it molds you into the person you are. You're finally happy and you've followed your dream and you just get this amazing feeling and realize how lucky you are to be here.
    It's also pretty spiritual (obviously) - "how to pray," "breathe your love into this union of souls" (that could be love from another person, but I think referencing it to God works in this song).
    shallremainon June 26, 2007   Link

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