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The Luckiest ukulele

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Intro: D|G|D|A|Bm|F#m|G|D A|


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

Bm            G            Bm
And where was I before the day
                E                    A
That I first saw your lovely face
      F#m          G  G
Now I see it every day
       D  A
And I know
     
       D  A 
That I am
Bm  F#m
I     Am
G D-A       D             A
I am the luckiest




           D          A
What if I'd been born
D                 G
Fifty years before you
      D
In a house
           Bm                    C   C
On the street where you live
      
           A          A/C#
Maybe I'd be outside
           D                     G
As you passed on your bike
            D          Bm      F#m     A
Would I know?
     
Bm          G             Bm
And in a wide see of eyes
         E         A          F#m        G   Gsus2   G
I see one pair I recognize







      D   A
And I know

        D  A 
That I am
Bm  F#m
I     Am
G D-A       D             A
I am the luckiest


Em                                   Bm
I love you more than I have
     Bm                     D      G    D   A
Ever found a way to say to you

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

            A             A/C#
And his wife, she stayed
          D            G                         D   Bm  F#m  A 
For a couple of days and passed away

Bm         G
I'm sorry, I know that's a 
Bm                  E                  A
Strange way to tell you that I know
       F#m      G  G
We belong
       D A
That I know

        D  A 
That I am
Bm  F#m
I     Am
G D-A         Bm       F#m    G       D     A     D
I am the luckiest

            
            
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