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​Mighty Lucky Man

This song is by Chris LeDoux and appears on the album Songs of Rodeo & Country (1974).

Well, I figure myself a mighty lucky man
With the simple few things I've got
There's money in the pockets of these old wore out jeans
I've got a trailer house and a lot
My wife's good lookin' and a heck of a cook
And she does her best to satisfy
I've got a little bitty boy, he's my pride and joy
And a happiness that money can't buy

Well, I owe everything that I've got the the Lord
He's delt me a mighty good hand
And I owe a lotta people in a lot of different ways
For making me what I am
But the one thing that I'm most thankful for
I guess it was a stroke of good luck
Is when the Lord looked down on this great big world
And made those horses that buck

Well, I wonder what my life would be like today
If not for them buckin' old broncs
I guess I'd be tied to desk and a phone
Or workin' at some old gas pumps
Well, I know that I can't ride forever
But I'll do it just as long as I can
'Cause it's live for today forget about tomorrow
Life of a rodeo man

Well, I owe everything that I've got the the Lord
He's delt me a mighty good hand
And I owe a lotta people in a lot of different ways
For making me what I am
But the one thing that I'm most thankful for
I guess it was a stroke of good luck
Is when the Lord looked down on this great big world
And made those horses that buck
When the Lord looked down on this great big world
And made those horses that buck

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