Bruce Springsteen - Lucky Town Lyrics

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House got too crowded clothes got too tight
And I don’t know just where I’m going tonight
Out where the sky’s been cleared by a good hard rain
There’s somebody callin’ my secret name

I’m going down to Lucky Town
Going down to Lucky Town
I wanna lose these blues I’ve found
Down in Lucky Town
Down in Lucky Town

Had a coat of fine leather and snakeskin boots
But that coat always had a thread hangin’ to loose
Well I pulled it one night and to my surprise
It led me right past your house and on over the rise

I’m going down to Lucky Town
Down to Lucky Town
I’m gonna lose these blues I’ve found
Down in Lucky Town
Down in Lucky Town

I had some victory that was just failure in deceit
Now the joke’s comin’ up through the soles of my feet
I been a long time walking on fortune’s cane
Tonight I’m sleepin’ lightly and feelin’ no pain

Well here’s to your good looks baby now here’s to my health
Here’s to the loaded places that we take ourselves
When it comes to luck you make your own
Tonight I got to dirt on my hands but I’m building me a new home

Down in Lucky Town
Down in Lucky Town
I’m gonna lose these blues I’ve found
Down in Lucky Town
Track Listing
CD 1
  • 1 Better Days
  • 2 Lucky Town
  • 3 Local Hero
  • 4 If I Should Fall Behind
  • 5 Leap of Faith
  • 6 The Big Muddy
  • 7 Living Proof
  • 8 Book of Dreams
  • 9 Souls of the Departed
  • 10 My Beautiful Reward


  • Credits
    album: Track 2 in album Lucky Town
    release date: 1992
    popularity : 76 users have visited this page.
    genres: Rock Pop
    styles: Pop Rock/Classic Rock
    length: 3:28
    producer: Bruce Springsteen, Jon Landau and Chuck Plotkin
    drums: Gary Mallaber
    vocal: Bruce Springsteen
    mixer: Bob Clearmountain
    bass guitar: Bruce Springsteen
    composer: Bruce Springsteen
    lyricist: Bruce Springsteen
    Album Information
    label: Columbia
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: CD
    barcode: 5099747142420
    script: Latin