Who Sang Fred Astaire? Lucky Boys Confusion

Release information
Release Date: 2001-5-8
Genre: Rock
Style: Alternative Rock
length: 3:58
Some other versions of "Fred Astaire"

You have so many opportunities I never had

Don't push so hard, nothing is ever easy

And this talent that you take for granted, it's a gift from god

Don't pass it up, nothing is ever easy

Are you ready to work real hard

Are you tired it's just the start

Listen to me son, I'll take you far

You can call it anything you want the fact remains the same

I never got to be your Fred Astaire

You can lie to yourself and all your friends and pretend that you don't care

But circumstance gets in the way

Heel, toe, heel, toe, side to side AGAIN, gonna get it right

Don't push so hard, nothing is ever easy

Don't forget your please and thank you's, don't forget to smile

Don't pass this up, nothing is ever easy

Their pushing these children for all the wrong reasons

So far man you're crushing down their spirits

Suffocate, emancipate, turn their backs and walk away eventually

Seeking, one of these paths

You're wasting time --- I call it living

To the world what are you giving

You're wasting time

  • 1 Breaking Rules
  • 2 40/80
  • 3 Fred Astaire
  • 4 Bossman
  • 5 Do You Miss Me (Killians)
  • 6 Child's Play
  • 7 Dumb Pop Song
  • 8 Not About Debra
  • 9 Saturday Night
  • 10 Never Like This
  • 11 3 to 10 / CB's Caddy part III
  • 12 City Lights
  • 13 One to the Right
  • 14 Slip

  • Release information
    label: Elektra
    country(area): United States
    script: Latin