Money, Money, Money
by ABBA

Album: Arrival (1976)
Charted: 3 56
  • I work all night, I work all day, to pay the bills I have to pay
    Ain't it sad
    And still there never seems to be a single penny left for me
    That's too bad
    In my dreams I have a plan
    If I got me a wealthy man
    I wouldn't have to work at all, I'd fool around and have a ball

    Money, money, money
    Must be funny
    In the rich man's world
    Money, money, money
    Always sunny
    In the rich man's world
    Aha aha
    All the things I could do
    If I had a little money
    It's a rich man's world
    It's a rich man's world

    A man like that is hard to find but I can't get him off my mind
    Ain't it sad
    And if he happens to be free I bet he wouldn't fancy me
    That's too bad
    So I must leave, I'll have to go
    To Las Vegas or Monaco
    And win a fortune in a game, my life will never be the same

    Money, money, money
    Must be funny
    In the rich man's world
    Money, money, money
    Always sunny
    In the rich man's world
    Aha aha
    All the things I could do
    If I had a little money
    It's a rich man's world

    Money, money, money
    Must be funny
    In the rich man's world
    Money, money, money
    Always sunny
    In the rich man's world
    Aha aha
    All the things I could do
    If I had a little money
    It's a rich man's world
    It's a rich man's world Writer/s: Benny Goran Bror Andersson, Bjoern K. Ulvaeus
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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