"Love, Sex & Money" as written by and Gus Kahn Walter Donaldson....
Million dollar babies are in your head. Televised explosions are what
they're fed.
I don't think starvation becomes you. Searching your world over to find
you, to find you.
Love, sex and money. Love, sex and money, Love, sex and money. Love, sex
and money.
I love the hate you're giving me, more than I can swallow. And all the
things you want to
Be, love, sex and money.
Gazing into what used to be your eyes. Searching for the hope only you supply.
I don't think salvation becomes you. Now the light grows stronger to find
you, to find you.
Love, sex and money. Love, sex and money. Love, sex and money.
I love the hate you're giving me, more than I can swallow.
And all the things you want to be, Love sex and money.
Tempt a fate that you can't see, through the door I follow.
And all the things you offer me, Love sex and money.
I don't think starvation becomes you. I don't think temptation becomes you.
I don't think starvation becomes you. I don't think salvation becomes you.
I love the hate you're giving me, more than I can swallow.
And all the things you want to be, Love sex and money.
Tempt a fate that you can't see, through the door I follow.
And all the things you offer me, Love sex and money.


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