"With Plenty of Money and You [From: Gold Diggers of 1937]" as written by and Harry/dubin Warren....
Well, baby, what I couldn't do
With plenty of money and you
In spite of the worry that money brings
Just a little filthy looker buys a lot of things
And I could take you to places that you would like to go
But outside of that, I've no use for dough
It's the root of all evil
Of strife and upheaval
But I'm certain, honey, that life would be sunny
With plenty of money and you

It's the root of all evil
Of strife and upheaval
But I'm certain, honey, that life would be sunny
With plenty of money and you


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"With Plenty of Money and You" as written by Harry Warren Al Dubin

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