"Good Luck" as written by David Ross Bridie and Helen Patricia Mountfort....
The travler wanders alone in the town.
Never mind the consequences.
Good Luck. Good Luck.
She walks along chinatown, the resturaunts are closed.
They all have the same name it's "Good Luck"

And if your searching for hope in a two dollar gift shop.
If you think that your fortune is just round the bend.
If you think all this torture is just in your head.
A break from the past.
Good Luck. Good Luck.


If your seeking out hope in a two dollar gift shop.
If you think that the sun in the sky always shines.
If your hoping that pillows will soften your fall,
and lead to your comforting.

Good Luck.


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    General CommentHey Valandor, i was just checking out cake and i came across this song by mistake. sound like an interesting band. hows about adding more songs to your little collection? love to know more of their songs so i can find their album. just curious.
    XxSUPAstarxX808on September 24, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThey're a small band from Melbourne, and the music I grew up on. I have the most fantastic memories of sitting with a picnic watching the full moon rise by the Yarra to the sound of David Bridie and the others.
    donnarellaon September 19, 2006   Link

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