This video is used for entertainment purposes only, I am not claiming it as mine . Please enjoy :) Lyrics: [Verse 1: Pharrell] Like the legend of the phoenix Our ends were beginnings What keeps the planet spinning The force from the beginning [Hook: Pharrell] We've come too far To give up who we are So let's raise the bar And our cups to the stars She's up all night 'til the sun I'm up all night to get some She's up all night for good fun I'm up all night to get lucky We're up all night 'til the sun We're up all night to get some We're up all night for good fun We're up all night to get lucky (x5) [Verse 2: Pharrell] The present has no rhythm Your gift keeps on giving What is this I'm feeling? If you want to leave, I'm with it [Hook] [Bridge: Daft Punk] We're up all night to get (x4) We're up all night to get back together We're up all night (let's get back together!) We're up all night to get funky We're up all night to get lucky We're up all night to get lucky (x8) [Hook] [Outro x4] We're up all night to get lucky Category Music Buy "Get Lucky (Radio Edit)" on Google PlayAmazonMP3iTunes Artist Daft Punk Soma Records released a previously unpublished Daft Punk track called "Drive" that was made during the same time the duo was still with Soma Records and recording "Rollin' and Scratchin'" and "Da Funk". The track was included in a 20th anniversary multi-artist compilation of the Soma label.[45] In October 2011, Daft Punk placed 28th in a worldwide official poll of DJ Magazine after appearing at position 44 in the year before.[46] On 19 January 2012, Daft Punk ranked No. 2 on Mixmag's Greatest Dance Acts of All Time, with The Prodigy at No. 1 by just a few points.[47] Daft Punk worked on their forthcoming album in collaboration with singer-songwriter Paul Williams and Chic frontman Nile Rodgers.[48][49][50][51] In May 2012 it was also announced that Giorgio Moroder had collaborated with the duo, recording a monologue about his life in a vocal booth containing microphones ranging from the 1960s to present day.[52] Chilly Gonzales stated in an interview that he had performed material for the duo's project in a one-day session: "I played for hours and they're gonna grab what they grab and turn it into whatever." He also said that the album would be released "next spring".[53] Fourplay member Nathan East later mentioned that he had contributed to the project.[54] In October 2012, Daft Punk provided a fifteen-minute mix of songs by blues musician Junior Kimbrough for Hedi Slimane's Yves Saint Laurent fashion show.[55] The duo also placed 44th in DJ Magazine's annual Top 100 DJs list.[56] In January 2013, de Homem-Christo revealed that Daft Punk was in the process of signing with Sony Music Entertainment through the Columbia Records label, and that the album would have a spring release.[57] A report from The Guardian followed specifying a release date of May 2013.[58] On February 28, Daft Punk's official website and Facebook page featured a picture of the duo's helmets, with a "Columbia" logo in the corner, to announce the Columbia signing.[59] On March 2, a fifteen-second television advertisement aired during the Saturday Night Live program—it depicted an animated, stylized version of the band's logo and the aforementioned image of the helmets.[60] On March 23, a pre-order page for the new album appeared on iTunes and this was the first time that the title Random Access Memories was revealed, together with a release date of May 21, 2013.[61] The official website for Random Access Memories and an updated television advertisement were also unveiled.[62] On April 3, the official album website launched The Collaborators, a series of 16mm documentary videos about the album.[63] The details of the album were then announced and the 79th Annual Wee Waa Show, held on May 17, 2013 in the rural Australian town of Wee Waa, was selected as the launch venue.[64] On April 12, a video preview for the song "Get Lucky", in which Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers appear, was played at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.[65] The radio edit of the song was released as a digital download single on April 19, 2013.[66][67] "Get Lucky" became Daft Punk's first UK #1 single on April 28, 2013 remaining at number one for 5 weeks[68] (as of May 24) and the Spotify music streaming website reported that the song is the most-streamed new song in the service's history.[69]