Elvis Costello doing (what he claimed) was an obscure B Side “Lucky Dog” by Sgt. Larry Singer. If any of these lyrics are wrong let me know and I will tweak em. At the National Theater in Richmond. I sucked in my final breath Stared into the eyes of death Laughed right in the face of chance And said hey boy do you wanna dance But I was trembling deep inside My faithful friend right by my side As that firefight began He had the courage of twenty men The days are never really done The war’s not over until it’s won If you want to count on anyone Then thank the Lord you’re free Who was that lucky dog Was it him or me Who was that lucky dog Was it him or me When the enemy is closing in And you’ve either got to run or win You think this might be the end You’re really gonna need a friend But I don’t care for fancy words of noble speeches that I have heard Or the lies and tricks that they employ What was that you were saying boy The days are never really done The war’s not over until it’s won If you need to count on anyone Then thank the Lord you’re free Who was that lucky dog Was it him or me Who was that lucky dog Was it him was it him was it him or me

The new campaign for Lotto, via DDB New Zealand, is spearheaded by two and a half minute commercial featuring a touching story of sailor Russell and his loyal dog Wilson who discover on the My Lotto site that their regular Powerball ticket is the big one! This is an epic tale of incredible loyalty at its best.
Video Rating: 5 / 5