"Fairly in the Money Now" as written by and Damian Stephen O'neill....
Tommy always said he would make it one day
Lead singer in a top show band
So with some friends made up tunes to play
Tommy Tate and the Torpedoes began

Soon they were the rave of all the high school hops
And satin suits all dressed to kill
Soon Tommy's boys became top of the pops
But then the money came over the hill
But then the money came over the hill

All the cash to spend on their girlfriends
Howard Hughes is missed a turn there
And in their interest
Are manager's requests
They all bought the ranches

All the cash to spend on their girlfriends
Howard Hughes is missed a turn there
And in their interest
Are manager's requests
They all bought the ranches

Hypnotized by every part that arrived
Higher prices for indifferent songs
But never the less big Tommy's into success
So his Torpedoes kept plodding on
And his Torpedoes kept plodding on



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"Fairly in the Money Now" as written by Damian Stephen O'neill

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