"Money in the Bank" as written by Mark Daniel Sanders, John Charles Jarrard and Bob Di Piero....
It's Friday night, baby, get ready, set, go
Gonna take you to the Crystal and a picture show
Well, the sky's the limit, there's no price too high
Baby, you're the apple of my eye
Got my paycheck in my pocket and some gas in the tank
Honey, your love's better than money in the bank
I wish I had a bass boat and a Z-28
But I guess that stuff'll have to wait
Cause I'm saving on a washer and a wedding ring
I want this love to be a lasting thing
Right at the top, that's where you rank
Honey, your love's better than money in the bank
Oh, oh, you make me feel like a million bucks
Oh, oh, I oughta drive you around in an armored truck
Late last night, I had a crazy dream
I met a man who invented a money machine
He said I know things are tight and times are tough
But he'd give me the machine if I'd give you up
I just looked him in the eye and I said "no thanks"
Honey, your love's better than money in the bank
Honey, your love's better than money in the bank


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"Money In the Bank" as written by Bob Dipiero John Jarrard

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    General CommentA song that is the opposite of "A Cold Day in Hell." This song is full of a man's sheer exhilaration and excitement for having a woman he loves, and he wants to buy her the whole world. It's a good song to dance to, and a good song to listen to when you're on top of the world.
    jonathanw1987on October 26, 2010   Link
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    General CommentLOL...is "Crystal" the famous Crystal burgers in Chicago? They weren't that good:) Cute song, though.
    ILUVUon May 30, 2012   Link

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