"Milk and Honey" as written by and M. Smith M. Lewis....
Well I think I’ve seen the sparkle in your eyes
Enough times to be the death of me
And singing songs is not the best way to make a life
A stronger man would try to set you free
But I know that I make you happy
At least for now so let me give you my word

One of these days we’ll get some money
And we can fly around the world like three or four times
One of these days, some milk and honey
And we can laugh about the early days when our paychecks came with a silver lining

Oh say can you see that big house in the hills
Fast cars and fancy diamond rings
Don’t go to work no more got time to pay our bills
Well to me that just sounds boring
And I know that don’t make you want me
But for now it’s the least that your worth

One of these days we’ll get some money
And we can fly around the world like three or four times, my love
One of these days, some milk and honey
And we can laugh about the early days when our paychecks came with a silver lining, oh

Seems like the day I met you
My world started spinning around
And oh, tick tock our days might be numbered
But I think you’re stuck with me now
So come along and can’t you see
I’m turning nothing into something
And I may be down but I won’t hit the ground
Without a fight
What I’m asking is
Are you down for the ride?

One of these days we’ll get some money
And we can fly around the world like three or four times
One of these days, some milk and honey
And we can laugh about the early days when our paychecks came with a silver lining


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