Lucky, Lucky Me
"Lucky, Lucky Me" is a song recorded by singer Marvin Gaye and produced by Ivy Jo Hunter. Gaye originally recorded the song in 1964 but the song was shelved by Motown staff. When Motown's UK department, Tamla-Motown, issued The Very Best of Marvin Gaye, the label included the song as the final song in the tracklisting. Following positive buzz from Marvin's fans in England, Tamla-Motown released the song as a single in the UK where it reached number sixty-seven on the UK Singles Chart in 1994 giving Gaye his fourth posthumous hit, a decade after his death.
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Famous quotes containing the word lucky:
“If that slut
stepped on your foot
just to get out of the muck,
then, Lucky Man,
why all this gooseflesh now?”
—Hla Stavhana (c. 50 A.D.)