Songlines Across New Zealand
  Don Mcglashan Lucky Stars
 
Henderson Park is still in the dark and I stop to put gas in the car
I stand in line behind a barefoot man whose buying cigarettes and a chocolate bar
I catch sight of my reflection in the smash proof glass and I thank my lucky stars


I look at the frame that carries my name the one that carries me around
I look at my hair and I don't care if it's sticking up or lying down
and the light from the forecourt spills all over the cars and I thank my lucky stars


These shoulders and these hands all the bits that make up a man
they stand in line with all the rest all at once i'm glad of their company
glad for all they've done for me


Henderson morning I notice the warning light and I stop to put gas in the car
suddenly the street lights all go out and the dawn comes creeping up the harbor mouth
and I thank my lucky stars
I thank my lucky stars
I thank my luck stars(I thank my lucky stars I Thank My Lucky Stars)
I thank my lucky stars I thank my lucky stars I thank my lucky stars


These shoulders and these hands all the bits that make up a man
they stand in line with all the rest for the first time i'm glad of their company
glad for all they've done for me


Henderson Park is still in the dark and I stop to put gas in the car
suddenly the street lights all go out and the dawn comes creepings up the harbor mouth
and I thank my lucky stars
I thank my lucky stars
and I thank my luck stars
 
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