Lucky Number

Album: Stateless (1978)
Charted: 3
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  • I never used to cry 'cause I was all alone
    For me, myself and I is all I've ever known
    I never felt the need to have a hand to hold
    In everything I do I take complete control
    That's where I'm coming from
    My lucky number's one

    I've everthing I need to keep me satisfied
    There's nothing you can do to make me change my mind
    I'm having so much fun
    My lucky number's one
    Ah! Oh! Ah! Oh!

    I now detect an alien vibration here
    There's something in the air besides the atmosphere
    The object of the action is becoming clear
    An imminent attack upon my heart I fear
    The evidence is strong
    My lucky number's wrong
    Ah! Oh! Ah! Oh!

    Something tells me my lucky number's gonna be changing soon
    Something tells me lucky number's gonna be oweoweoweoweoweowe

    You certainly do have a strange effect on me
    I never thought that I could feel the way I feel
    There's something in your eyes gives me a wild idea
    I never want to be apart from you my dear
    I guess it must be true
    My lucky number's two

    This rearrangement suits me now I must confess
    The number one was dull and number two is best
    I wanna stay with you
    My lucky number's two
    Ah! Oh! Ah! Oh!

    Number two, number two Writer/s: CHAPPELL LOVICH
    Publisher: DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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