Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? - Poem by Della Perry
Who wants to be a millionaire?
Sitting in that tall swivel chair
You've got a choice; A, B, C or D?
One is correct but not the other three!
Maybe you'll use phone a friend
Get the answer wrong that is the end!
Maybe you'll choose fifty fifty?
To win the lot you must be nifty.
Ask the audience is there also
Let's hope the answer they all know!
You need to be extremely brainy
To stop your days from being rainy.
So have a go on millionaire
And own a throne instead of a chair!
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