"In 'N' Out" as written by and Edward/van Halen Van Halen....
Yeah, I been in debt from conception
And I'll pay for the rest of your life
As long as I mail my bills and look me in the eye

You can have it now, but you gotta pay for it later
Oh, you work me up, I pay my plan
Now you're working for the man, yeah

They got you goin' in
They got you comin' out
Same amount, woo, in 'n' out

There ain't no way 'round the system
Money makes this world go 'round
All the way, they got you down

Sing and add it up for throwing yourself out the window, oh
My conscience loves to stick around
One more payment, lay it down on the ground

Well, they got you comin' in
They got you goin' out
Same amount, woo, in 'n' out, oh

Uh uh uh, yeah
Uh uh uh, yeah
Uh uh uh, yeah
Oh, come on

Hey, it all depends how you see it
It's a plan or an opportunity
One thing for certain, you're gettin' nothin' free

I never met a man doesn't owe somebody somethin', no
No way to get free and clear
Only deeper, year after year, oh yeah

Well, they got you comin' in
Well, they got you goin' out
Got you comin' in for the same amount
Goin' out

Uh uh uh, yeah
(In 'n' out) uh uh uh, yeah
(In 'n' out) uh uh uh, yeah
(In 'n' out) uh uh uh, yeah
In 'n' out

Well, they got you goin' in
They got you comin' out
Same amount, in 'n' out

Uh uh uh (in 'n' out)

Oh, they got you comin' in for the same amount
Goin' out, in 'n' out

Uh uh uh (in 'n' out)
Yeah, they got you comin' in


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"In 'n' Out" as written by Edward Van Halen Alex Van Halen

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    My InterpretationSeems like a song about the work-a-day life. Living paycheck to paycheck, sweating bills, hoping your credit card goes through. It's a cycle you gotta break out of, but it's hard to do.
    GiveMeHamon December 13, 2014   Link

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