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'Every Breath You Take' makes Sting almost $2,000 every day. Genres - Rock Most musicians make most of their money by touring and playing live. Unless you're a big name, recording alone isn't going to put food on the table. Waiting for royalties to come in from downloads and leasing your music out is an even less stable way to earn a buck. Sting can get by with his earnings from recording, but as a story on CelebrityNetWorth.com shows, the former Police bassist ain't doing bad from royalties either. Specifically, royalties from classic "Every Breath You Take."