The old-time song from Classic Disney Volume 4 song "Although I Dropped $100,000 (I Found a Million Dollars in Your Smile)" just shuffled through the old iPhone and brought a smile to my face. It's pretty relevant to today's tough times.
"...stocks are crashing everyday, banks are failing too but who cares if those skies are grey as long as I have you dear..."
"...once I was a millionaire on margin, now I'm singin' in the bread line all the while..."
"...the factory was closed and who knew when we'ed start manufacturing running boards again. How could I let a smile be my umbrella when it was stormy weather all the time. Although potatos were cheaper, now was definitely not the time to fall in love. Then I spied you selling apples on the corner, delicious. And you looked up at me and smiled and the SUN came shining through..."
"Although I Dropped $100,000 in the market, baby. I found a million dollars in your smile."
Anyone know what movie or show this was written for? I can't seem to find any reference except for being included in this CD set.