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The Luckiest in the Key of G

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G        D            G                 C
I don't get many things right the first time
   G            Em          F 
In fact, I am told that a lot
         D                
Now I know all the wrong turns,
       G                 C                G    Em   Bm  D
The stumbles and falls brought me here

Em            C            Em
And where was I before the day
             A               D
That I first saw your lovely face
      Bm          C 
Now I see it every day



    G D
And I know
     


     G     D 
That I- - -am
Em     Bm
I- - - am
C      G-D       G             D
I- - - am the luckiest




        G        D
What if I'd been born
G             C
Fifty years before you
      G
In a house
         Em             F
On the street where you live
      
           D       
Maybe I'd be outside
           G          C
As you passed on your bike
         G        Em   Bm  D
Would I know?
     
Em       C           Em
And in a wide see of eyes
      A        D       Bm      C 
I see one pair I recognize



    G D
And I know
   

  
     G     D 
That I- - -am
Em     Bm
I- - - am
C      G-D       G             D
I- - - am the luckiest




Am                           Em
I love you more than I have
                           G      C   G   D
Ever found a way to say to you

        G
Next door
           D
There's an old man
    G            C
Who lived to his nineties
        G           Em           F
And one day, passed away in his sleep

        D      
And his wife, she stayed
      G         C                         G   Em  Bm  C 
For a couple of days and passed away

Em         C
I'm sorry, I know that's a 
Em             A               D
Strange way to tell you that I know
      Bm     C
We belong



    G D
And I know
   

  
     G     D 
That I- - -am
Em     Bm
I- - - am
C      G-D       Em     Bm    D         G     D     G
I- - - am the luckiest


            
            
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Veritiki 10 Oct 30, 2016 07:27 PM

Lyrics - And in a white sea of eyes, I see one pair that I recognize.

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