Frank Sinatra - "You're A Lucky Fellow, Mr. Smith" lyrics

(D. Raye, H. Prince, F. Burke)
[Recorded Januaru 2, 1964, Los Angeles]

(Now, see here, Mr. Smith or whatever your name may be.)
(You seem like a pretty nice guy, so I would like you to listen to me,)
(I don't want to butt into your business but I heard you complaining a lot,)
(Of a louse of a luck you have, and the good luck that others have got,)
(I say you're a little bit crazy, you have plenty of luck, my friend,)
(I think you should open your eyes, and discover your country again.)

Hey, you're a lucky fellow, Mr. Smith (Mr. Smith) to be able to live as you do,
And to have that swell Miss Liberty gal carrying the torch for you.
(You're a lucky fellow. Mr. Smith), look around you if you want to brag,
You should thank your lucky stars and I mean, thank all 50 in your flag.
(And you really got a family tree) with Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Lee,
(You're lucky to have ancestors like that),
you were born with a feather in your hat.
(You're a very very wealthy gent), I don't care if you haven't cent.
You can still have things your own way, on each election day.
If some poor suckers could choose, they like to be in your shoes,
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You are a lucky fellow, Mr. Smith (Mr.Smith), to be able to swing like you do,
And to have that swell Miss Liberty gal carrying the torch for you
(You're a lucky fellow, Mr. Smith), look around you if you like to brag
You should thank your lucky stars and I mean, there are 50 in your flag.
(For you're rolling in a lot of wealth), your speech is free, yes siree, you got your health.
(So we got our health and tell me, why not'),
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