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Musik 1970er Jahre

Emerson Lake & Palmer - Lucky Man

Lucky Man

Emerson, Lake & Palmer, also known as ELP, were an English progressive rock supergroup power trio formed in London in 1970.

The group consisted of keyboardist Keith Emerson, singer and guitarist Greg Lake, and drummer and percussionist Carl Palmer.
They were one of the most popular and commercially successful progressive rock bands in the 1970s. ELP's sound was dominated by the Hammond organ, Moog synthesizer, and piano of flamboyant virtuoso Emerson and heavily influenced by classical music as well as jazz and hard and symphonic rock. Lake ensured that each album contained at least one simple, accessible acoustic ballad, many of which received heavy radio airplay. Lake also produced the band's first five albums.

Lyrics

He had white horses. And ladies by the score. All dressed in satin. And waiting by the door.

Ooooh, what a lucky man he was. Ooooh, what a lucky man he was.

White lace and feathers. They made up his bed. A gold covered mattress. On which he was led.

Ooooh, what a lucky man he was. Ooooh, what a lucky man he was.

He went to fight wars. For his country and his king. Of his honor and his glory. The people would sing.

Ooooh, what a lucky man he was. Ooooh, what a lucky man he was.

A bullet had found him. His blood ran as he cried. No money could save him. So he laid down and he died.

Ooooh, what a lucky man he was. Ooooh, what a lucky man he was.

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