If I Had A Million Dollars
If I had a million dollars, I’d tell you what I’d do.
That throughout my life I’d never ever be blue.
I’d go out and get myself a stretch limousine
For my face would be on the front of every magazine.
I’d have everything I want, and now I have found.
That people all around school are nice when I’m around.
I’m invited to all the parties, and elected for all the positions.
And to the math teacher, it doesn’t matter if I flunk addition.
Lately I’ve been getting straight A’s.
At parties, when everyone leaves, I get to stay.
My kids would be happy,
And would have everything they need.
And on the poor food that others have they’d never have to feed.
But to the poor people,
we’d always stop to care.
And we’d be able to do this often,
For we could travel everywhere.
Bahamas, China, India, Bermuda and more,
And believe me, this won’t be it
For I’ve only named four.
We’d meet all the famous actors,
Hollywood, here’s a surprise!
But through all of this, there’s one disturbing factor.
The thought that my money right run out some day,
That would scare anyone in ever manner and way.
If my money ran out, good-bye to all this fame.
Nobody would ever care when they heard the sound of my name.
So it seems that having money doesn’t mean everything, I see.
For people should think I’m cool not for my money but for me.
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