"M.O.N.E.Y." as written by Ross Stewart Macdonald, Adam Brian Thomas Hann, George Bedford Daniel and Matthew Timothy Healy....
Drink slow to feed the nose you know he likes to get blown,
Has he got enough money to spend?
Leave no he's to and fro he doesn't like it when the girls go
Has he got enough money to spend?

It's going off 'cause they're not gonna let him in
Two and a half the boy is rushing out his skin
He's got his charm with the girls that are smoking
He takes her arm, jumps the bar, and now he's in

Drink slow to feed the nose you know he likes to get blown,
Has he got enough money to spend?
Leave no he's to and fro he doesn't like it when the girls go
Has he got enough money to spend?

A broken half a glass has opened up his chin,
He thinks he's hard a powdered mouth that tastes of gin
He's just been barred for that blues he was smoking
And then he barks "it's my car I'm sleeping in"

Tabs with unlimited zero's new clothes, bloody nose
Powders and walking back home
Has he got enough weed, no
Broken phone retching on the floor alone
I can't believe that we're talking about him

"I'm searching you mate, your jaw's all over the place"
Can't talk quick slap in the face
Yes I threw a nut but your friend's a case
Why you singling him out is it because of his race?
Look, the dog won't bark if you don't lark about

M-O-N-E-Y's me
M-O-N-E-Y
M-O-N-E-Y's me
M-O-N-E-Y
M-O-N-E
M-O-N-E-Y
M-O-N-E-Y's me
M-O-N-E-Y


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"M.O.N.E.Y." as written by Adam Brian Thomas Hann Ross Stewart Macdonald

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    My InterpretationThis song seems pretty self explanatory. It's about a wealthy guy who likes to blow his money on drugs and prostitutes, or other unhealthy outlets.
    emmadonnellyon January 12, 2015   Link

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