"Lucky" as written by Mark J Beauchemin, John Allen and Mitchell Allan Scherr....
I drowned my girlfriend in her wishing well
I'm not afraid of afterlife hell
'Cause I live it everyday
I live it every day

I lit a fire on my neighbor's lawn
I didn't know to me they were were my pawns
'Cause I live it everyday
I live it every day

I know it's not considered right
The way I live my days and nights
I always thought I'd rather be considered lucky than good
I buy my pron off the internet

I get so much fucking junk mail...my only regret
'Cause I live it everyday
I live it every day
I know we don't think alike

Your always wrong I'm always right
Acting not so secretly
You want to be just like me

Lyrics submitted by rjbucs28

"Lucky" as written by Mark Beauchemin John Allen

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    General CommentThis song has to be my motto from now on...

    "I always thought I'd rather be considered lucky than good"
    It can't get any more true.

    I don't understand why isn't SR-71 more famous if these songs are just awesome (though i like it not to be overexposed)
    gnoxyzon July 12, 2006   Link
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    General CommentSR-71 is awesome! this song is great.
    artsy-chicaon March 02, 2007   Link
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    General CommentFunny song, I recognize myself in it. Very good sound and lyrics ;)
    Morveuson November 25, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt's impossible to hate this song, no matter what mood i'm in, it always cheers me up.
    And I can't believe they didn't make a single out of this one, i'm tellin' you this one would have been a huge hit!!

    "I always thought i'd rather be considered lucky then good" yeah i'm living like that haha! :)
    Kufuffinon September 01, 2008   Link

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