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You Don't Get Lucky
by Thompson Square



You transferred in from out of state
First day of class, eleventh grade
And I got picked to show you 'round the school
You come to find out that you moved in
Just down the road from where I live
And girl I gotta tell you that was cool

Remember that night your battery died
And I just happened to be driving by
I never go that way on my way home
We can try to make it all make sense
And say it's all just coincidence
Call it luck but I don't think so

Somebody up there must be on our side
You don't get lucky that many times
There's only so many spots on a dice
You don't get lucky that many times

These people think this world of ours
Just one day showed up next to Mars
Without a speck of help from up above
What are the odds in a million years
That one day we both wind up here and
We fit together like a glove

Somebody up there must be on our side
You don't get lucky that many times
There's only so many spots on a dice
You don't get lucky that many times

Somebody up there must be on our side
You don't get lucky that many times
We must be doing something right
You don't get lucky that many times

You don't get lucky, you don't get lucky
You don't get lucky that many times

You don't get lucky that many times
You don't get lucky that many times
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written by Shapiro, Tom C / Murphy, David Lee / Dipiero, Bob
Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC