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Swing Out Sister – Dirty Money lyrics

Nothing ventured, nothing gained
You've got to live a life
Or you'll be living in shame
Nothing ventured, nothing lost
Make your dirty money
But someone's got to pay the cost
Dirty money
Oooh, is it such a crime?
The only living you'll make in your life time
Dirty money, oooh, dirty money
Is it such a crime?
Dirty money, to survive
Lead your careless lives
Only time will tell
You've got to be strong to survive
Get out of this heaven or hell
Double-cross and double take
In this life of make or break
Dirty money
Oooh, is it such a crime?
Dirty money
The only living you'll make in your life time
Dirty money, oooh, dirty money
Is it such a crime?
Dirty money, to survive
Nothing ventured, nothing gained
You've got to live a life
Or you'll be living in shame
Dirty money
Oooh, is it such a crime?
Dirty money
The only living you'll make in your life time
Dirty money, oooh, dirty money
Is it such a crime?
Dirty money, to survive
Dirty money
Oooh, is it such a crime?
Dirty money
The only living you'll make in your life time
Dirty money, oooh, dirty money
Is it such a crime?
Dirty money, to survive



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