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David Allan Coe – Million Dollar Memories lyrics

Those rhinestones turned to diamonds and those diamonds soon got old
I had everything that you could buy to have but not to hold
But all that glitters is not gold and when love's lost it's shine
I had million dollar memories down to my last dime
Million dollar memories down to my last dime
Honky tonks and whiskey Lord they'll do it every time
The day she found another I almost lost my mind
And my million dollar memories are down to my last dime
(Play it Pig)
[ piano ]
Those limosines and chauffers they soon fell by the way
Like that mansion down in Dallas Lord I lost the other day
Happiness is gone now there's nothing left but time
And my million dollar memories are down to my last dime
Million dollar memories...
Yes my million dollar memories are down to my last dime
(Think about that honey)



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