"Lucky" is a song by Jason Mraz and Colbie Caillat. The song has been on the Billboard charts as well as on the other music charts worldwide.
It is the third single from Mraz's third studio album We Sing. A Spanish version of the song, called "Suerte", was recorded alongside Mexican singer Ximena Sariñana for the Latin American and Spanish re-edition of the album.
His fourth album, Love Is a Four Letter Word, peaked at number 2 on the Billboard 200, his highest-charting album to date.
It was a good place to grow up." After graduating from Lee-Davis High School, where he was a member of the cheerleading squad, Mraz attended the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City for about a year and a half, before returning to Mechanicsville and taking on a series of odd jobs.“I’d get invited to his concerts and small gatherings at his house here in Oceanside where I’d think, ‘Of all the places he could be, he chose to live in nature amongst the avocado trees.’ I also loved that he didn’t have a TV or microwave and that he was passionate about taking care of his health and our planet and how he chooses to live a life of service on and off the stage.” The former barista added that it took several years for the stars to “finally align” (the pair started dating in 2011), but “now he’s [her] stud.” PHOTOS: Hollywood's hottest married couples Mraz said he was similarly smitten by Carano when they first met.“I felt an instant connection to her and have admired her integrity and practices since day one,” he told the magazine.Guess Jason Mraz is lucky he's in love with his best friend. " A rep for Mraz confirmed the pair's engagment to Just Friday.After dating girlfriend and oft-music collaborator Tristan Prettyman on and off for a few years, smooth crooner Mraz finally popped the question Thursday. "SHE SAID YES," the laid-back lover, 33, tweeted about his lady love's response to his proposal. Mraz, who put himself on the music map with 2002 hit "The Remedy (I Won't Worry)" and won his first two Grammy awards earlier this year for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance and Best Pop Collaboration (for hit "Lucky," with Colbie Caillat) told E!