"If You Had All the World and Its Gold" as written by and Edelheit Costello....
You can't buy the sunshine at twilight,
You can't buy the moonlight at dawn,
You can't buy your youth when you're growin' old,
Nor your life when the heartbeat is gone . . .

You can't buy your way into heaven,
Tho' you may possess wealth untold,
An' just like your mother,
You can't buy another,
If you had all the world and it's gold . . .

You can't buy the sunshine at twilight,
You can't buy the moonlight at dawn,
You can't buy your youth when you're growin' old,
Nor your life when the heartbeat is gone . . .

You can't buy your way into heaven,
Tho' you may possess wealth untold,
An' just like your mother,
You can't buy another,
If you had all the world and it's gold . . .


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"If You Had All the World and Its Gold" as written by Harry Edelheit Bartley Costello

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