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Powerball’s $650 Million Dream

Oh, Powerball, you’re a sly old fox,
Your jackpot’s a riddle, hidden in a box.
$650 million, no winner to be seen,
The ninth largest prize, in the lottery scene.

Money, money, money, in a Powerball world,
In this lottery game, where dreams are unfurled.
Money, money, money, always sunny,
In the rich man’s world, oh isn’t it funny?

Saturday’s draw, no one hit the gold,
7, 23, 24, 32, 43, and Powerball 18, oh so bold.
34 rounds, no jackpot king,
The odds of winning, a cruel, cruel sting.

Money, money, money, it’s a wild chase,
In this Powerball game, it’s a mad, mad race.
Money, money, money, always sunny,
In the rich man’s world, oh isn’t it funny?

A Californian hit the mother lode,
$2.04 billion, oh how the champagne flowed!
Two winners this year, in this high-stakes bar,
A Washingtonian and a Virginian, each a superstar.

Money, money, money, it’s a wild ride,
In this Powerball game, where luck decides.
Money, money, money, always sunny,
In the rich man’s world, oh isn’t it funny?

Money, money, money, always sunny,
In the rich man’s world, isn’t it funny?
In the Powerball chase, where dreams begin,
We’ll keep playing, for that elusive win.

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