O'Reilly Luck Lyrics

Buddy Jewell

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publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: Steven J. Williams, Thom Shepherd, Will Rambeaux
album: Track 7 in album Buddy Jewell
release date: 2003-7-1
popularity : 17 users have visited this page.
genres: Folk, World, & Country
styles: Country
length: 4:25

Album Information

label: Columbia
country(area): United States
format: HDCD
barcode: 827969013120
script: Latin

Cover Art

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Lyrics

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Granddaddy used to sit me on his knee
And tell me how it was in the old country
Famine and floods and crops that failed
I'd listen for hours as he told his tale

He said, "There must have been a curse on the family name"
But he swore he'd be the one to break that chain
With money that he saved from the sweat of his brow
He'd get 'em out of there, someday, somehow

[Chorus]
Well, he never was much of a gamblin' man
But he dreamed of passage to the Promised Land
Bet it all on a better life in America
He said, "We'll change our fate, and this danged O'Reilly Luck"

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Track Listing


HDCD 1
  • 1 I Wanna Thank Everyone
  • 2 Help Pour Out the Rain (Lacy's Song)
  • 3 Sweet Southern Comfort
  • 4 Today I Started Loving You Again
  • 5 Abilene on Her Mind
  • 6 One in a Row
  • 7 O'Reilly Luck
  • 8 Why She Said Goodbye
  • 9 One Step at a Time
  • 10 I Can Get By
  • 11 You Know How Women Are