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Artist: Ben Folds
Song: "The Luckiest"
Transcribed by: Brandon


Intro: D  G  D  A  Bm  D  G  A

Verse 1:
D       A        D                G
I don't get many things right the first time
   D          Bm         C           A             
In fact, I am told, that alot. Now I know, all the wrong turns
    D             G                 D    Bm  F#m  A
The stumbles, and falls, brought me here

Chorus:
Bm            G            Bm          E
And where was I before the day I first saw
            A               F#m      G
Your lovely face, now I see it every day
    D A          D A  Bm F#m G A       D         A
And I know, that I am, I am, I am, the luckiest

D  G  D  A

Verse 2:
        D        A    D        G
What if I'd been born 50 years before you
     D            Bm               C           A        
In a house on the street where you live, Maybe I'd be outside
       D              G             D     Bm  F#m  A
As you passed on your bike, would I know,

Chorus:
Bm       G           Bm            E             A      F#m     G
And in a wide sea of eyes, I'd see one pair that I recognize
    D A          D A  Bm F#m G A      D        A
And I know, that I am, I am, I am the luckiest

Bridge:
Bm         E              Bm     E              A      F#m  G  A  D  A
I love you more than I have ever found a way to say to you

Verse 3:
     D                A           D            G
Next door, there's an old man who lived to his 90's
        D          Bm          C              A
And one day passed away in his sleep, and his wife
                        D         G               D    Bm  F#m  A
She stayed around for a couple of days and passed away

Chorus:
Bm         G               Bm             E               A
I'm sorry, I know that's a strange way to tell you that I know
     F#m   G        D A          D A  Bm F#m G A        Bm      F#m  G  D A D
We belong...   that I know, that I am, I am, I am, the luckiest

            
            
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