"Million $ Man" as written by Roddy Christopher Bottum, William Mark Schwartz, Joan Marie Stebbins and Lynn Elise Truell....
I am the million-dollar man
Somebody catch me while you can
I'm not afraid to be alone
All I need is water and a bone
Why don't you sink your teeth right in?
Story of the hopeful next of kin
And you will want to ride with me
I'm good company

I am the million-dollar man
Somebody touch me while you can
Apply powder to my face
Anything you see can be replaced
You can be my only heir
If you're not happy with my hair
If you pay a minor fee
You can ride with me

I am the million-dollar man
Somebody catch me while you can
I'm not afraid to be alone
All I need is water and a phone
I am only half a man
I have only half a plan
If you want to ride with me
Keep you company

Can I have a show of hands?
Know how much I'm in demand
I will always be on time
I am yours, I am not mine
I am the million-dollar man
Somebody catch me while you can
And I'm only here to please
I'll be on my knees

I'm the second in command
I'm the freshest ever canned
Be there on your wedding day
Then I'll have to run away
I am the million-dollar man
Somebody catch me while you can
Now it's time to cop a plea
I will cut down every tree
Yeah


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"Million $ Man" as written by Lynn Elise Truell Joan Marie Stebbins

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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