"Million Bucks" as written by and Christina Lynne Cimorelli Amy Elizabeth Cimorelli....
I don't need a thousand people screaming my name
I don't need overnight Hollywood fame
I don't need platinum records up on the wall
I don't need a Lamborghini in the garage

Oh whoa oh
Those things won't last forever
Oh whoa oh
What I got is so much better
You and me on a summer night
Park the car, dancing in the headlights
You and I, late night drives
Your hand in mine and all your time

I don't need money in my pocket
Diamonds on my neck
The time I spend with you
I know I'll never forget
You and me is more than enough
'Cause you make me feel like a million bucks

I don't need a jettsetter up in the sky
I don't need a name dropping guy
I don't need a chaffeur waiting on me
I don't need more than a t-shirt and jeans

Oh whoa oh
Those things won't last forever
Oh whoa oh
What I got is so much better
You and me on a summer night
Park the car, dancing in the headlights
You and I, late night drives
Your hand in mine and all your time

I don't need money in my pocket
Diamonds on my neck
The time I spend with you
I know I'll never forget
You and me is more than enough
'Cause you make me feel like a million bucks

You make me feel
You make me feel like a million bucks
Like a million bucks yeah

You and me on a summer night
Park the car, dancing in the headlights
You and I, late night drives
Your hand in mine and all your time

I don't need money in my pocket
Diamonds on my neck
The time I spend with you
I know I'll never forget
You and me is more than enough
'Cause you make me feel like a million bucks

You make me feel
You make me feel
'Cause you make me feel like a million bucks


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"Million Bucks" as written by Christina Lynne Cimorelli Amy Elizabeth Cimorelli

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