"Millionaire" as written by George Henry Tizzard, Richard James Parkhouse, Roy Neville Francis Stride and Josh Wilkinson....
The best things in life don't come with a price
Forget what they say cause I know they ain't right
All that I need is you
It is you it is you it is you

A walk in the park, a kiss in the dark
The way she looks back every time that we part
All that I need is you
It is you it is you it is you

We could be broke
But I couldn't care
'Cause I've got it all
When you're standing there

You make me feel
Like I'm a millionaire
The moment I set my eyes on you girl
I'm like the richest guy in the world
You make me feel
Like I'm a millionaire

Maybe I'm blased, but you're just the finest
Girl that I've met I think you're priceless
All that I need is you
It is you it is you it is you

I'm not going to lie the money'd be nice
'Cause I could take you out every night
I'd spend it all on you
It is you it is you it is you

We could be broke
But I couldn't care
'Cause I've got it all
When you're standing there

'Cause you make me feel
Like I'm a millionaire
The moment I set my eyes on you girl
I'm like the richest guy in the world
You make me feel
Like I'm a millionaire

If money gets tight I'll be alright
As long as you're there, there by my side
'Cause you make me feel
Like a millionaire

Oh oh oh oh oh
Oh oh oh oh oh
Oh oh oh oh oh
Oh oh oh oh oh

We could be broke
But I couldn't care
Cause I've got it all
When you're standing there

'Cause you make me feel
Like I'm a millionaire
The moment I set my eyes on you girl
I'm like the richest guy in the world
You make me feel
Like a millionaire


Lyrics submitted by Abbie96

"Millionaire" as written by Richard James Parkhouse Roy Neville Francis Stride

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, Spirit Music Group

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