"She Didn't Like Me (But She Loved My Money)" as written by Jesse Dayton and Lew Temple....
Prettiest one never talked to me
Bought her a coke and Jim Bean
Sting of bourbon on her lips
Big tab and twenty dollar tip
She put her hand on my thigh
So I grabbed my wallet and opened wide

She didn't like me but she loved my money
Cleared my clouds and made it sunny
She wanted friends and I wanted honey
She didn't like me but she loved my money

I asked her if I could take her home
Nervous my expense account had grown
She put her bosom to my face
Hope my money didn't go to waste
A man can only spend so much
Getting played by a woman's touch

She didn't like me but she loved my money
Cleared my clouds and made it sunny
She wanted friends and I wanted honey
She didn't like me but she loved my money

I guess I ain't no big bank hank
All my bread wound up in the tank
So I go to bed with her on my mind
And I'm flat broke one more time

A man can only spend so much
Getting played by a woman's touch
But tomorrow night I'll try again
I try to be more than just her friend

She didn't like me but she loved my money
Cleared my clouds and made it sunny
She wanted friends and I wanted honey
She didn't like me but she loved my money

She didn't like me but she loved my money


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"She Didn't Like Me (But She Loved My Money)" as written by Lew Temple Jesse Dayton

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