"Money Can't Dance" as written by and Casey Spooner Warren Fischer....
We've somehow spent too much time
Staying in line
With screwball attitudes on our minds

We've run off the track
The gang's all back
We're not just donut kids

It's too late for someone like me

Just get on up like I know you can
'Cause currency can only do so much
And it certainly can't dance, can't dance
Can't dance, can't dance

It's too late for someone like me

Punching the clock, we somehow forgot
We're not just donut kids
With screwball attitudes all the time

It's too late for someone like me
Too late for someone like me

Just get on up like I know you can
'Cause currency can only do so much
And it certainly can't dance, can't dance
Can't dance, can't dance

It's too late for, too late for
It's too late for someone like me
Someone like me

Sure I need you like anyone else
And you're no [Incomprehensible] if you can't help yourself
There are many ways to treat a patient
But dancing's best at beating inflation

Ain't got no arms, ain't got no legs
Ain't got no eyes, ain't got no head
Don't wanna be cruel

Ain't got no arms, ain't got no legs
Ain't got no eyes, ain't got no head
There's some things I can do and I can't

Just get on up like I know you can
'Cause currency can only do so much
And it certainly can't dance, can't dance
Can't dance, can't dance

Can't dance, can't dance
Can't dance, can't dance

It's too late for someone like me

We're not just donut kids
We're not just donut kids




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"Money Can't Dance" as written by Warren Fischer Casey Spooner

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    My InterpretationI dig the breakdown of this song with the violin and everything

    As for an interpretation. it seems to me this is half about the economy and half about those who worry so much about money that it overwhelms them and they forget about letting go (dancing and whatnot)

    One person in particular is talking about it ("too late for someone like me...") and they are trying to tell the rest of the world to not end up like him.

    pqhooliganon April 05, 2009   Link

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