Lucky Man

Album: Urban Hymns (1997)
Charted: 7
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  • Happiness
    More or less
    It's just a change in me
    Something in my liberty
    Oh, my, my
    Happiness
    Coming and going
    I watch you look at me
    Watch my fever growing
    I know just where I am

    But how many corners do I have to turn?
    How many times do I have to learn
    All the love I have is in my mind?

    Well, I'm a lucky man
    With fire in my hands

    Happiness
    Something in my own place
    I'm standing naked
    Smiling, I feel no disgrace
    With who I am

    Happiness
    Coming and going
    I watch you look at me
    Watch my fever growing
    I know just who I am

    But how many corners do I have to turn?
    How many times do I have to learn
    All the love I have is in my mind?

    I hope you understand
    I hope you understand

    Gotta love that'll never die

    Happiness
    More or less
    It's just a change in me
    Something in my liberty
    Happiness
    Coming and going
    I watch you look at me
    Watch my fever growing
    I know
    Oh, my, my
    Oh, my, my
    Oh, my, my
    Oh, my, my

    Gotta love that'll never die
    Gotta love that'll never die
    No, no
    I'm a lucky man

    It's just a change in me
    Something in my liberty
    It's just a change in me
    Something in my liberty
    It's just a change in me
    Something in my liberty
    Oh, my, my
    Oh, my, my
    It's just a change in me
    Something in my liberty
    Oh, my, my
    Oh, my, my Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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