"Sitting On Top Of The World" as written by and Robert Hingley....
Some people count success in monies and pearls,
Some people spend it on fast cars and girls.
But me, I'm sitting, sitting on top of the world.
I’ve got a little bit of time, come and help me spend it somehow.

My girl's happy, she's got a nine to five,
Come on baby, more dead than alive.
Me, I'm sitting, sitting on top of the world.
I’ve got a little bit of money, come and help me spend it somehow.

Pay now and later you will be fine,
That’s what the good books say.
I’m going out to have a good time,
While you wait for your rainy day.

Rain on me baby. Rain on me baby.
I pray that it's always wet!

I never asked you to change your ways,
Just understand the things that I do.
I've been thinking that one of these days,
You can come and sit here too.

Don't need no money, don't need a fast car,
You can be happy wherever you are.
And you're sitting, sitting on top of the world.
I’ve got a little bit of love, come and help me share it somehow.

Reggae!

Don’t need no money, don’t need a fast car,
You can be happy wherever you are.
When you’re sitting, sitting on top of the world.
I got a little bit of time, come and help me waste it somehow.

I’ve got a little bit of money, come and help me spend it somehow.

Oh-wayo!


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