"Millionaire" as written by and David Charles Olney....
i started out with one lone dollar
gambled with a man, won me another
bought me a gun and i robbed my brother
i'm bad but i don't care boys -- gonna be a millionaire
i'm bad but i don't care boys -- gonna be a millionaire

i hopped on a ship and i sailed on some waves
dealt in rum and i dealt in slaves
left my captain in a watery grave
he's gone but i don't care boys -- gonna be a millionaire

chorus
how many of you wanna see me dead?
how many of you wanna have my head?
how many of you just live your lives
wishin you were me boys, wishing you were me

i married rich, a pretty little wife
brought her misery every day of her life
she slit her wrists with a silver knife
but you can't pin that on me boys -- her money belongs to me
but you can't pin that on me boys -- that money belongs to me

i found myself in a good position
to buy myself a chief politician
bought myself a cheap election
that's just how it went boys
now i own the president

chorus

when you say your prayers down on your knees
ask the lord to forgive you please
if it crosses your mind say one for me
cos i know where i'm bound boys
i know where i'm bound

i started out with one lone dollar
gambled with a man, won me another
bought me a gun and i robbed my brother
i'm bad but i don't care boys -- gonna be a millionaire
bad but i dont care boys -- gonna be a millionaire

solo to end.



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"Millionaire" as written by David Charles Olney

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