MARK KNOPFLER


Get Lucky Lyrics

GET LUCKY-Mark Knopfler

I’m better with my muscles,
Than I am with my mouth.
I work the fairgrounds in the summer,
Go pick fruit down south.

And when I feel them chilly winds
Where the weather goes I’ll follow,
Pack up my traveling things,
And go with the swallows.

And I might get lucky now and then.
You win some, might get lucky now and then
You win some.

I wake up every morning
Keep an eye on what I spent.
Got to think about eating,
Got to think about paying the rent.
Always think it’s funny, gets me every time,
What about happiness and money
Tell it to the bread line.

But you might get lucky now and then.
You win some, you might get lucky now and then,
Yeh, you win some.

Now I’m rambling through this meadow,
Happy as a man could be.
Think I’ll just lay me down,
Under this old tree.

On and on we go, through this old world a-shufflin’,
If you’ve got a truffle, girl,
You can go trufflin’.

And you might get lucky now and then,
You win some, might get lucky now and then.
You win some.

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Songwriter(s): Mark Knopfler
Copyright: Will D. Side Ltd.
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Meaning to "Get Lucky" (2 meanings)
ian 09/24/10,05:00
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I heard Mark sing this last night and it sounded like, If you've got a trufflin DOG you can go trufflin (Spaniels are good at finding truffles)
Jim 10/07/09,18:07
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It should read ...THE ONE about happiness and money... (i.e. old saying about money can't buy you happiness).
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