Track Title:               I'm Just A Lucky So and So
Album Title:               Duke Ellington Songbook, disc 7

Prime Artist:              Ella Fitzgerald
Producer:                  Norman Granz
Written by:                Mack David
Written by:                Duke Ellington (Edward Kennedy Ellington)

From:                      1945
Lyrics:
As I walk down the street
seems everyone I meet
gives me a friendly hello.
I guess I'm just a lucky so and so

The birds in every tree
are all so neighborly.
They sing wherever I go.
I guess I'm just a lucky so and so

If you should ask me the amount
in my bank account
I'd have to confess that I'm slippin'
but that don't worry me, confidentially
I've got a dream that's a pippin'

and when the day is through
Each night I hurry to
a home where love waits, I know.
I guess I'm just a lucky so and so



and when the day is through
Each night I hurry to
a home where love waits, I know.
I guess I'm just a lucky so and so

I'm just a lucky, lucky so and so

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