You might have a happy family, nice house, fine car You might be successful in real estate You could even be a football star You might have a prime time T.V. show seen in every home and bar But you can't take it with you
You might own a great big factory, oil wells on sacred land You might be in line for promotion, with a foolproof retirement plan You might have your money in copper, textiles or imports from Japan But you can't take it with you
You can't take it with you though you might pile it up high It's so much easier for a camel to pass through a needle's eye
You might have a body of fine proportion and a hungry mind A handsome face and a flashing wit, lips that kiss and eyes that shine there might be a queue all around the block Long before your starting time But you can't take it with you
You might have a great reputation so carefully made And a set of high ideals, polished up and so well displayed You might have a burning love inside, so refined, such a special grade But you can't take it with you
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