"Money" as written by Lolene Everett, Bradley Spalter, Jason Davies and Phill Scott....
Some folks think I'm greedy
And I just take from you
And if I say that's true now
What good would that do?
And if I wanted to be funny
I could say that all the money
That you spent on me was just
From fraud
And if I wanted to be bitter
I could say that little by little
All you did for me was no good

I didn't lose your money
I didn't lose your money
I didn't lose your money
Oh no your money just lost you

You brought me up this way
When just a little bit of love
Could have changed my ways
Some folks help the needy
Me I just help myself
And if I shared with you now
It would steadily decrease my wealth
And if I saw you on the street
With worn out shoes upon your feet
I wouldn't give you the price of a cup of tea
I know you brought me from the gutter
Helped me earn my bread and butter
But I have a lousy memory

I didn't lose your money
I didn't lose your money
I didn't lose your money
Oh no your money just lost you

When just a little bit
And just a little bit
And just a little bit
And just a little bit
And just a little bit of love
Love love love
Could have changed my ways


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"Money" as written by Steve Davis Ron Daniels

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    General CommentOh man. This song is so under-rated. Just like this band, I cannot understand why they werent a bigger success.
    FranzFanon April 13, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis sort of shows all the rich "famous" fools out there that they are nothing without their money. It confuses people and being without it is much better. you wont get lost if you live in reality.
    chocolateboxon May 27, 2006   Link

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