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Lyrics Strike It Rich Bananarama

Song Lyrics For Strike It Rich by Bananarama


Bananarama


Ain?t life a bitch
Whoever said the best things are free
Let me tell you it don?t come easy
Life?s a game but I still believe
You have to take it seriously
(bridge)
The world tells so many lies
They say
Money talks, hum
But listen to me
(chorus)
Gotta take control
And you can never stop
You gotta keep on climbing till you reach the top
Never giving up
Ain?t life a bitch
You gotta keep on going till you strike it rich
Don?t let them tell ya you ain?t got a soul
Only sinners cast the first stone
And even if the sidewalk ain?t gold
Anyone can be bought and sold
(bridge)
(chorus)
Don?t let them tell ya you ain?t got a soul
Only sinners cast the first stone
Life?s a game but I still believe
You have to take it seriously
(bridge)
(chorus x 3)
You gotta take control
(chorus ad lib)
publishing : In A Bunch Music Ltd - Warner Bros Music Ltd / All Boys Music 1987

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Siobhan Fahey, Sara Dallin and Keren Woodward began the 80's band Bananarama in 1981 in London. With the help of the downstairs rehearsal studio, Bananarama would put down their first demo, titled “Aie a Mwhana,” .The demo brought them to the attention of Demon Records and their first record deal. ...Read Bananarama Bio

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