Who Sang Luck? Paul Kelly

Paul Kelly Post cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1985
Genre: Rock Pop
Style: Folk Rock/Country Rock/Indie Rock
length: 3:18
Well it hasn't changed yet
Each time I wake in a sweat
And the sun has slipped out of the sky
As I get to my feet and struggle to dress
All my fingers are thumbs, there's a fog in my brain
Only one thing is clear - I'm late for my train
And I know all at once that it's goodbye my one
I'll be here when you're gone

Then I stumble outside
Try to flag down a ride
But the taxis just pass me by
So I run down the street, jump on a slow bus
When I get to the station the train is still there
I can't find my ticket, everybody just stares
And I'm turning to stone
As the train starts to groan
I just can't get on

I can see tomorrow
Long, black train I follow
When it's all there in your eyes
And it's all no big surprise
Well it's goodbye my one
I'll be here when you're gone
I just can't get on

Yeah it's goodbye my one
I'll be here when you're gone
I just can't get on
'Cause I'm turning to stone
As the train starts to groan
I just can't get on

Tracklist
  • 1 From St Kilda to King's Cross
  • 2 Incident on South Dowling
  • 3 Look So Fine, Feel So Low
  • 4 White Train
  • 5 Luck
  • 6 Blues for Skip
  • 7 Adelaide
  • 8 Satisfy Your Woman
  • 9 You Can Put Your Shoes Under My Bed
  • 10 Standing on the Street of Early Sorrows
  • 11 Little Decisions