en-es  The man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo
The man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo.

I've just got here, through Paris, from the sunny southern shore; I to Monte Carlo went, just to raise my winter's rent.
Dame Fortune smiled upon me as she'd never done before, And I've now such lots of money, I'm a gent.
Yes, I've now such lots of money, I'm a gent.
As I walk along the Bois Boolong With an independent air; You can hear the girls declare "He must be a Millionaire."

You can hear them sigh and wish to die, You can see them wink the other eye At the man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo.
I stay indoors till after lunch, and then my daily walk; To the great Triumphal Arch is one grand triumphal march, Observed by each observer with the keenness of a hawk, I'm a mass of money, linen, silk and starch - I'm a mass of money, linen, silk and starch.

As I walk along the Bois Boolong With an independent air You can hear the girls declare "He must be a Millionaire."
You can hear them sigh and wish to die, You can see them wink the other eye At the man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo.

I patronised the tables at the Monte Carlo hell, Till they hadn't got a sou for a Christian or a Jew; So I quickly went to Paris for the charms of mad'moiselle, Who's the loadstone of my heart - what can I do, When with twenty tongues she swears that she'll be true?

As I walk along the Bois Boolong With an independent air, You can hear the girls declare "He must be a Millionaire."
You can hear them sigh and wish to die, You can see them wink the other eye At the man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo.

Written and Composed by Fred Gilbert in 1892. Sung by Charles Coburn.

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The man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo.
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Yes, I've now such lots of money, I'm a gent.
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Written and Composed by Fred Gilbert in 1892.
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Sung by Charles Coburn.
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The man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo.

I've just got here, through Paris, from the sunny southern shore;
I to Monte Carlo went, just to raise my winter's rent.
Dame Fortune smiled upon me as she'd never done before,

And I've now such lots of money, I'm a gent.
Yes, I've now such lots of money, I'm a gent.
As I walk along the Bois Boolong
With an independent air;
You can hear the girls declare
"He must be a Millionaire."

You can hear them sigh and wish to die,
You can see them wink the other eye
At the man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo.
I stay indoors till after lunch, and then my daily walk;
To the great Triumphal Arch is one grand triumphal march,
Observed by each observer with the keenness of a hawk,

I'm a mass of money, linen, silk and starch -
I'm a mass of money, linen, silk and starch.

As I walk along the Bois Boolong
With an independent air
You can hear the girls declare
"He must be a Millionaire."
You can hear them sigh and wish to die,
You can see them wink the other eye
At the man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo.

I patronised the tables at the Monte Carlo hell,
Till they hadn't got a sou for a Christian or a Jew;
So I quickly went to Paris for the charms of mad'moiselle,
Who's the loadstone of my heart - what can I do,
When with twenty tongues she swears that she'll be true?

As I walk along the Bois Boolong
With an independent air,
You can hear the girls declare
"He must be a Millionaire."
You can hear them sigh and wish to die,
You can see them wink the other eye
At the man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo.

Written and Composed by Fred Gilbert in 1892. Sung by Charles Coburn.

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