Luck Be A Lady Lyrics - Robert Alda

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Robert Alda - Luck Be A Lady Lyrics

"Luck Be A Lady" is a song from Guys and Dolls the Broadway musical (1950). The music and lyrics was written by Frank Loesser.

They call you Lady Luck
But there is room for doubt
At times you have
A very unlady like way of running out
You're this a date with me

The pickings have been lush
And yet before this evening is over
You might give me the brush
You might forget your manners
You might refuse to stay
And so the best that I can to is pray

Luck be a lady tonight
Luck be a lady tonight
Luck if you've ever been a lady to begin with
Luck be a lady tonight

Luck let a gentleman see
How nice a dame you can be
I've seen the way
You've treated other guys you've been with
Luck be a lady with me

A lady doesn't leave her escort
It isn't fair, it isn't nice
A lady doesn't wander all over the room
And blow on some other guy's dice

So let's keep the party polite
Never get out of my sight
Stick with me baby
I'm the fellow you came in with
Luck be a lady, luck be a lady
Luck be a lady tonight

Luck be a lady tonight
Luck be a lady tonight
Luck, if you've ever been a lady to begin with
Luck be a lady tonight

Luck let a gentleman see
Luck let a gentleman see
How nice a dame you can be
How nice a dame you can be

I know the way
You've treated other guys you've been with
Luck me a lady, a lady, be a lady with me
Luck be a lady with me

A lady wouldn't flirt with strangers
She'd have a heart, she'd have a soul
A lady wouldn't make little snake eyes at me
When I've got my life on this roll

Roll 'em, roll 'em, roll 'em, snake eyes
Roll 'em, roll 'em, roll 'em
So let's keep the party polite
Let's keep the party polite
Never get out of my sight

Crapshooters, never get out of my sight
Stick here, baby, stick here, baby
Stick with me, baby
I'm the fellow you came in with
Luck be a lady, luck be a lady
Luck be a lady tonight

Coming out, coming out
Coming out, right

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