Oh, she wants milk and honey
Oh, she wants filthy money
But ohhhh, that's not the way it goes
I want to buy some time, but don't have a dime

Hey na na she's a money maker
Hey na na she's gonna take ya
Head down down she's bound to break ya
Hey hey now she's a money maker

Oh, she just keeps me guessing
Oh, never tells me yes and
Ohhhh, I just can't let go
Nothing that I show will ever do, for you

Hey na na she's a money maker
Hey na na she's gonna take ya
Head down down she's bound to break ya
Hey hey now she's a money maker

Hey na na she's a money maker
Hey na na she's gonna take ya
Head down down she's bound to break ya
Hey hey now she's a money maker


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    General CommentHey my my, she's gonna take ya
    Way down down, she is bound to break ya

    TheWrongGirlon December 08, 2011   Link
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    General Comment"I want to buy some time but don't have a dime"

    (...)

    "Hey my my she's a money maker"

    excelent.
    rodrigoramirez93on May 28, 2012   Link
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    Song Meaning"Oh, she just keeps me guessing
    Oh, never tells me yes and"

    "Yes, and" is a term used in improvised acting - it involves accepting "offers" made by your scene partners, and expanding upon them in an interesting way.

    For instance, your scene partner might say "I never thought you'd show yourself around here, Captain!", and you might reply with something that accepts and expands on either being an authority figure, or being unwelcome, like "This place has the cheapest zeppelin fuel."

    The purpose of "Yes, and" in improv is to expand upon the scene and continue telling a story in a way that is true to the characters. It is the essence of supporting the scene and the people in it.

    In improv, refusing an offer is known as "blocking an offer", or (colloquially), saying "No, but". It is refusing the input of your scene partner and putting your own ideas out in their place.

    In the context of the song, "[She] never tells me 'yes and'" reads like an esoteric way of saying "She never supports me" or "She's always disagreeing with me".
    blahblah44on June 17, 2013   Link

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