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My Lucky Day (song)

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My Lucky Day (song)

"My Lucky Day"
Working on a Dream
Released November 28, 2008
Format Digital download, CD
Recorded 2008
Genre Rock
Length 4:00
Label Columbia
Writer(s) Bruce Springsteen
Producer Brendan O'Brien
Bruce Springsteen singles chronology

"Working on a Dream"
"My Lucky Day"
"The Wrestler"

My Lucky Day is a song written and recorded by Bruce Springsteen. It was released as the second single on his 2009 album Working on a Dream.


"My Lucky Day" was made available in the U.S. on on December 1, 2008, accompanied by a long music video that showed Springsteen and the band arranging and recording the song. It was also made available as downloadable content for the game Guitar Hero World Tour on January 27, 2009, along with "Born to Run" as part of the Bruce Springsteen Pack, which can be imported into any GH game since World Tour, making it one of only two Springsteen songs ever to appear in the series. It peaked at #18 on the American Triple-A charts in early June.

Despite being a single the song wasn't played a lot during the Working on a Dream Tour making just five appearances during Springsteen's U.S. shows and a total of nineteen performances total on the world tour.

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