"You Can't Buy Love" as written by and Hugo Peretti George Weiss....
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You can buy most anything out there on the street
Some things cost a fortune, gems and jewels so sweet

You can buy a ticket on a supersonic plane

You can buy umbrellas for the falling rain
You can buy your pleasure
You can buy your pain

Pearls and diamond earrings, caviar by the pound
Some can buy a country, some can buy a town

But you can't buy love
No you can't buy love
But you can't buy love
Love is not for sale

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You can buy a mansion furnish it with silk
You can buy a Picasso, antiques to the hilt

You can buy a galleon, sail it on the sea
You can be a pirate, think you live for free

But you can't buy love
No you can't buy love
But you can't buy love
Love is not for sale

You can buy a ticket on a supersonic plane

You can't buy your freedom, but you can buy your chains

You can buy me presents, you can take my time
You can buy me something to make me think I 'm fine

But you can't buy love
No you can't buy love
But you can't buy love
Love is not for sale

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"You Can't Buy Love" as written by Hugo Peretti George Weiss

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