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Silence wears a new suit
To his coffee toast and eggs
But he has to skip the stairs now
Because of two broken legs

Whine whine I cannot climb
Everytime's the same
I'd be more inclined to help him
If he could remember my name

And you're sad, and you're sorry
Let it all out what are you running for?
This is your chance, be ready
I'm taking my seat o Lucky Me

Fate can't fill the dance hall
'Cause her powers have declined
But at the beauty pageant
She will always take the prize

Light light Easter white
Roll her in the dirt
When it comes time for kneeling
She'll say "You go first"

And you're sad, and you're sorry
Let it all out what are you running for?
This is your chance, be ready
I'm taking my seat o Lucky Me

La la la la la la la…
La la la la la la…

The wisemen once tried to tell me
How to sugar coat the grave
But the game is for the adults
And I don't know how to play

O o where would I go?
Toss me out to sea
When the jar's all out of candy
Don't come blaming me

And you're sad, and you're sorry
Let it all out what are you running for?
This is your chance, be ready
I'm taking my seat o o…

O you're sad and you're sorry
Let it all out what are you running for?
Tell the whole world, we're waiting
I'm taking my seat o o Lucky Me

La la la la la la la la la la la. . .



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