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Talkin' with a friend that I'd known so long
Tryin' to make a wall disappear
Nobody won, no it couldn't be done
But the wall was never so clear

Lost
hair
His fireman, Jack Dixon, was standing by his side
Awaiting for strict orders while in the cab to ride


Georgie's mother came to him with
there's pain he never minds it
When it's lost he always finds it
Nobody really knows just why
He just must be a lucky guy
He just must be a lucky guy
I wish
ticket and I won't be back
This Golden Rocket is gonna roll my blues away

Hear that lonesome whistle blow
That's your cue and by now you know
That
(starbright) yeah

You must be my lucky star
'Cause you make the darkness seem so far
And when I'm lost you'll be my guide
I just turn around and you're by
missed a play so hit the road and be on your way
Goin' board the Golden Rocket and leave this town

I was a good engine a runnin' on time but baby I'm
missed a play so hit the road and be on your way
Goin' board the Golden Rocket and leave this town

I was a good engine a runnin' on time but baby I'm
and I won't be back
This Golden Rocket's gonna roll my blues away.
Hear that lonesome whistle blow
That's your cue and by now you know
That I got
won't be back
This Golden Rocket's gonna roll my blues away.
Hear that lonesome whistle blow
That's your cue and by now you know
That I got another
(star bright) ooo yeah

You must be my lucky star
'Cause you make the darkness seem so far
And when I'm lost you'll be my guide
I just turn around
Starlight, (starbright) Yeah

You must be my lucky star
'Cause you make the darkness seem so far
And when I'm lost you'll be my guide
I just turn around
star bright, yeah

You must be my lucky star
'Cause you make the darkness seem so far
And when I'm lost you'll be my guide
I just turn around and you're
I grew up south of the Mason Dixon
Workin,' spittin', huntin' and fishin'
Stone cold country by the grace of God

I was gasin' up the other day
I grew up south of the Mason Dixon
Workin,' spittin', huntin' and fishin'
Stone cold country by the grace of God

I was gasin' up the other day
like a baby

Every now and then, the stars align
Boy and girl meet by the great design
Could it be that you and me are the lucky ones?

Everybody told me
I grew up south of the Mason Dixon
Workin,' spittin', huntin' and fishin'
Stone cold country by the grace of God

I was gasin' up the other day
There's a visionary sister
Who knows what's right or wrong?
Little by little I turn to the light
And one day I'll be satisfied

Like the hand that rocks
hereunder
You'll never have to wonder
We can always play by ear
But that's the deal my dear

Lucky that my lips not only mumble
They spill kisses like
hereunder
You'll never have to wonder
We can always play by ear
But that's the deal my dear

Lucky that my lips not only mumble
They spill kisses like
hereunder
You'll never have to wonder
We can always play by ear
But that's the deal my dear

Lucky that my lips not only mumble
They spill kisses like
near
And that's the deal my dear

There over, here under
You'll never have to wonder
We can always play by ear
But that's the deal my dear

Lucky
I'd be lost
But for the grace of God

I can see that old man
He's walking past our door
And I've been told that he's rich
But he seems so poor
my arms
Heaven must be wondering where you are

Lucky me to be the one to find 
Someone like you this side of paradise 
I know how lost I'd be
Lost that child 'til mermaid 
Smiled 

Summoned by drum rolling surf 
As laughing fish compel 
The young boy woken in me 
By clanging diving bell
have to wonder
We can always play by ear
But that's the deal my dear

Lucky that my lips not only mumble
They spill kisses like a fountain
Lucky that my