Lucky Now

Album: Ashes & Fire (2011)
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  • I don't remember were we wild and young
    All that faded into memory
    I feel like somebody I don't know
    Are we really who we used to be
    Am I really who I was

    The lights will draw you in
    And the dark will bring you down
    And the night will break your heart
    But only if you're lucky now

    Waiting outside while you find your keys
    Like bags of trash in the blackening snow
    City of neon and toes that freeze
    We've got nothing and nowhere to go
    We've got nothing and nowhere

    And the lights will draw you in
    And the dark will take you down
    The night will break your heart
    But only if you're lucky now

    And if the lights will draw you in
    And the dark will take you down
    But love will mend your heart
    But only if you're lucky now

    I don't remember were we wild and young
    All that's faded into memory
    I feel like somebody I don't know
    Are we really who we used to be
    Am I really who I was Writer/s: Ryan Adams
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
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