I got the fortunes of heaven in diamonds and gold I got all the bonds baby that the bank could hold I got houses 'cross the country honey end to end And everybody buddy wants to be my friend Well I got all the riches baby any man ever knew But the only thing I ain't got honey I ain't got you
I got a house full of Rembrandt and priceless art And all the little girls they want to tear me apart When I walk down the street people stop and stare Well you'd think I might be thrilled but baby I don't care 'Cause I got more good luck honey than old King Farouk But the only thing I ain't got baby I ain't got you
I got a big diamond watch sittin' on my wrist I try to tempt you baby but you just resist I made a deal with the devil babe I won't deny Until I got you in my arms I can't be satisfied
I got a pound of caviar sitting home on ice I got a fancy foreign car that rides like paradise I got a hundred pretty women knockin' down my door And folks want to kiss me I ain't even seen before I been around the world and all across the seven seas Been paid a king's ransom for doin' what comes naturally But I'm still the biggest fool honey this world ever knew 'Cause the only thing I ain't got baby I ain't got you
Writer/s: BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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John from Tucson, AzThe live version he did on the 1988 tour linking this song and She's The One together was awesome. Definitely one of Bruce's lost little gems.
Barry from Sauquoit, NyThat sneaky Bruce, the first time I put the Tunnel Of Love cassette in my player and hit the 'Play' button I thought that the left channel of my stereo was suddenly defective, there was no sound coming from the left speaker. But 28 seconds into the song here came Bruce's harmonica. Of course I was greatly relieved!!!
Jim from Long Beach, CaRight On Pat...The excess of the 80's...
Pat from Las Vegas, NvSummary: money can't buy happiness, even if you're Bruce Springsteen. He knew it, too.
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Will.I.am, literally dreamt up "I Gotta Feelin'." Said the Black Eyed Pea: "Have you ever had a dream where there's a melody in your dream? I'll wake up out of my sleep and record that! 'I Gotta Feelin' was one of those songs."