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Lucky Was Never Enough (Until Now)

Grace Askew on August 06, 2012 06:31

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    New original written, composed, and recorded by Grace Askew as a second installment in the Red Roof Inn Sessions. Recorded in Philadelphia, PA on August 5th, 2012.

    LYRICS:

    Laid up here in this hotel room,
    feelin' the freedom of being with you
    The ghosts of yesterday swim in the gutter,
    Next to the hobo's and the words they mutter

    And lucky was never enough...until now.
    Inside these walls of this old train town.

    People come and go as they please,
    never mind the world outside these trees
    Forever here, forever I long to stay
    As long as you're near, things ain't so out place

    And lucky was never enough...until now.
    Inside these walls of this old train town.

    Drivin' to old Colorado,
    it's God's country outside my window
    Knowing nothing, but wanting it all
    I once stumbled, I now softly fall

    And lucky was never enough...until now.
    Inside these walls of this old train town.

    Fallin' into your arms at night,
    Thinking about the 4th of July
    I know this time's gonna move too fast,
    But Lord I pray these fireworks last

    And lucky was never enough...until now.
    Inside these walls of this old train town.

    People keep telling me that nothing lasts forever,
    And turn their backs on a memory,
    But this feeling of us being one, being together
    Is the best thing that's ever happened to me.

    And lucky was never enough...until now.
    Inside these walls of this old train town.
    And lucky was never enough...until now.
    Inside these walls of this old train town.

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