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I Don't Want The Money lyrics

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Don Williams – I Don't Want The Money lyrics

I don't want the money, I just want your time
Life without you honey isn't worth a dime
We can think of dollars farther down the line
I don't want the money I just want your time

An air-conditioned car won't ever cool my heels
I'd rather have your love than money for the bills
We don't need to stay with the Jones's or the rest
Those thing wont ever give me what I love the best

I don't want the money, I just want your time
Life without you honey isn't worth a dime
We can think of dollars farther down the line
I don't want the money I just want your time

Well maybe Jim and Judy might have this and that
I hope where they're lookin' is really where it's at
But when it comes to money, baby it's a fact
I'd rather be loved and lean than out of love and fat

I don't want the money, I just want your time
Life without you honey isn't worth a dime
We can think of dollars farther down the line
I don't want the money I just want your time



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