The Luckiest

I don't get Many things right the first time In fact, I am told that a lot Now I know all the wrong turns, The stumbles and falls brought me here And where was I before the day That I first saw your lovely face Now I see it everyday And I know That I am, I am I am the luckiest What if I'd been born Fifty years before you In a house On the street where you live Maybe I'd be outside As you passed on your bike Would I know? And in a wide sea of eyes I see one pair that I recognize And I know That I am, I am I am the luckiest I love you more than I have Ever found a way to say to you Next door There's an old man Who lived to his nineties And one day passed away in his sleep And his wife, she stayed For a couple of days and passed away I'm sorry I know that's a Strange way to tell you that I know We belong That i know That I am, I am I am the luckiest