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Project Jenny, Project Jan is Sammy Rubin and Jeremy Haines
Produced by Sammy Rubin
Co-Produced by Alan Wilkis
Mixed by Britt Myers at Great City Productions
Mastered by Steve Fallone at Sterling Sound
Music by Sammy Rubin
Lyrics by Jeremy Haines

lyrics

Lucky Me

I found this dirty lucky penny, pavement was holding up so many
Bronze plate waits the sea abates.
She said, “I hate it when that happens,
I waste the luck that I’ve been saving stored away for rainy days.”
In time, her luck had run dry, just like with everybody else’s
Gone away, gone away.

Lucky me, lucky me.
You can cross your fingers and hope to die, it won’t change a thing.
Lucky me, lucky me.
I can knock on wood ‘till my knuckles bleed, in the end it won’t change a thing.

And the hare ran races, came in dead last. There were rumors running, the doubt was cast
Overboard with the nets on the sail on the mast in the sea with the fish.
And the hares big prize was his foot’s cut off
It was sold to the girl that the time forgot
And she wore it with pride in her raven locks
Now she wins all the time at the track.
Make a wish, blow out all your candles, this time they go out accidental
Thirteen tries to get it right.
This happens once in every lifetime, in fact, it already was in mine
Just one win, I’m up again.

Lucky me, lucky me.
You can cross your fingers and hope to die, it won’t change a thing.
Lucky me, lucky me.
I can knock on wood ‘till my knuckles bleed, in the end it won’t change a thing.

Lucky me, lucky me.

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from Home Sweet Home, released April 5, 2011
Musicians:

“Lucky Me”
Caleb Burhaus- viola, violin
Clarice Jensen- cello
Chris Vatalaro- percussion
Alex Hamlin- woodwinds

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