‘Some guys have all the luck’ sings Rod Stewart. True enough.
The song goes;
Some guys have all the luck
Some guys have all the pain
Some guys get all the breaks
Some guys do nothing but complain
I don’t have all the luck but I am lucky enough because I loved and had been loved.
I have pains but not all the pains in this world. I simply let go of pains and did not compromise.
I got breaks, yes. The greatest break I got is my freedom to love.
Fortunately, I don’t complain. I don’t complain because there is nothing to complain. There are instead many dreams to live on.
All of my friends have a ring on their finger, they have someone
Someone to care for them, it ain’t fair, I got no one
Now, some guys see me as poor man (pretending to be well and happy) for not having ‘someone’. They see me as lonely because I am alone. On contrary, I am one of the happy beasts in town.
People within my circle are asking when shall the ‘long table’ be set. When shall I get married? Interesting. Why, does getting married makes me a lucky guy?
I think not.
Freedom makes me a lucky guy. Now, I have all the luck because I am free!