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I CRIED ALL THE WAY TO THE BANK (Liz Anderson) Norman Jean - 1965 Liz Anderson - 1965 Our divorce has been granted, there's no more you and me You don't care any longer what I think You gave me so much money if I'd let you go free And I cried all the way to the bank For it was you that I wanted, not your gold It won't warm me when the nights are dark and cold I've got money to burn and for that there's you to thank But I cried all the way to the bank (Instrumental Break) Now with all of this money, you have paid me to go Tell me where can I buy some happiness For my heart is so heavy that I'd sure like to know How can something this empty weigh so much For it was you that I wanted, not your gold It won't warm me when the nights are dark and cold I've got money to burn and for that there's you to thank But I cried all the way to the bank (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - June 2011)

    


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