Lori McKenna Song:
Turns to ice and your whole world just starts snowing
And I don’t have the luxury of knowing
A few Good Men uses following:
You have the luxury of not knowing what I know:
that Santiago's death, while tragic, probably saved lives.
Is following usage is correct in meaning?
We do not have this luxury of always knowing true answer in XXX domain.
What I mean is sometimes we know an answer, and sometimes we do not, but always knowing an answer in this domain is a privilege or luxury.