"Money" as written by Paul Crossdale, C. Clayton and Peter Jackson....
Make your mind up
Who's going to think for you?
When the time comes
You'll have to see it through
Use your instinct
And take a risk or two
Don't you worry
'Cause you'll know what to do

You can give so
Much to me
But I don't want it
I will be free

For the last time
I'm going out the door
You don't need me
To help you anymore
Eyes wide open
I see it's different now
Keep your comfort
I'll get along somehow

You can have my money
I don't need it anymore
I don't need your invitation
Down that lonesome corridor

Breakdown

You can have my money
I don't need it anymore
I don't need your invitation
Down that lonesome corridor

Nothing good comes easily
Count the cost, I will be free
You can scream and disagree
I don't want it - I will be free

You can have my money
I don't need it anymore
I don't need your invitation
Down that lonesome corridor

Nothing good comes easily
Count the cost, I will be free
You can scream and disagree
I don't want it, I will be free


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"Money" as written by Paul Lester Wright N Writer Unknown

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