Lucky Clovers first begins with bagpipes playing in the background and a harp playing the main melody. The melody transfers over to some string instruments for a few phrases until it finally switches to the bagpipes for the majority of the song. Towards the end, the melody switches over to a flute-like instrument. A variety of drums, including some type of snare drum, are playing in the background, and overall, it has a distinct Irish feel.
The cover art shows a white-and-gold treasure chest with a green lock on top of a hill alluding to the Giant chest in the Lucky Clovers. The cover art is taking off the classic "lucky stereotype" by having the end of a rainbow behind the chest which in most cultures means good luck, fortune and wealth.
- It is the music that plays during the Lucky Clovers adventure.