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Music To My Ears

Music To My Ears - to hear good news; to hear something you like

  • Our company is marking money. This is music to my ears.
  • My son is getting married. This is music to my ears.
  • Listening to children is music to my ears.
  • The peace and quiet of the country. Is music to my ears.
  • The doctor said, that I am cancer free. This is really music to my ears.
  • There is money in the bank, and food on the table. This is music to my ears.

Money Pit

Mother Nature

Make Heads Or Tails

Make A Dent

Make A Living

My Kind Of Person

Make Good Time

My Two Cents

Make A Long Story Short

Make Headway

Me Time

Make Or Break

More Bang For Your Buck

Mixed Feelings

Means Well

Mumbo Jumbo

My Neck Of The Woods

Made My Day

Make Waves

Make A Killing

Made My Blood Boil

Missing Brain Cells

Miss The Boat

Mixed Blessing

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Money Does Not Grow On Trees

Money To Burn

Monkey Business

My Treat

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