"Moneytalks" as written by and Matthew David Hanson....
Tailored suits, chauffeured cars
Fine hotels and big cigars
Up for grabs, up for a price
Where the red hot girls keep on dancing through the night
The claim is on you
The sights are on me
So what do you do
That's guaranteed
Hey little girl, you want it all
The furs, the diamonds, the painting on the wall

Come on, come on, love me for the money
Come on, come on, listen to the moneytalk
Come on, come on, love me for the money
Come on, come on, listen to the moneytalk

A French maid, foreign chef
A big house with king size bed
You've had enough, you ship them out
The dollar's up - down, you'd better buy the pound
The claim is on you
The sights are on me
So what do you do
That's guaranteed
Hey little girl, you broke the laws
You hustle, you deal, you steal from us all

Come on, come on, love me for the money
Come on, come on, listen to the moneytalk
Come on, come on, love me for the money
Come on, come on, listen to the moneytalk

Moneytalks, yeah, yeah
Money talks, B.S. walks
Money talks, come on, come on

Come on, come on, love me for the money
Come on, come on, listen to the moneytalk
Come on, come on, love me for the money
Come on, come on, listen to the moneytalk

Moneytalks, moneytalk, talk, talk
Hear it talk
Yeah, yeah, yeah
Moneytalks


Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae

"Moneytalks" as written by Brian Johnson Angus Young

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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  • +4
    General CommentIts about the fact, how much money controls us all. Its a great song and it says, that money is NOT all we need.
    Sashmanon July 06, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThe meaning of this song is actually so funny.
    It's from the point of view of a guy who is really rich and is attempting to use that to get girls.
    "Hey little girl, you want it all
    The furs, the diamonds, the painting on the wall"

    hahaha
    RedHotChiliPepperon December 21, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentActually, this song is from the viewpoint of a rich pompous who's trying to lour in some hot bimbo using his large amount of money, and material possessions.

    "The claim is on you
    The sights are on me
    So what do you do
    That's guaranteed"

    That pretty much explains it. So I think this song would be much better with the movie "Pretty Woman". Because the plot is very similar to the song's lyrics.
    Balleron January 28, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentChicks who marry wealthy men for the money = Prostitutes.
    mmcion August 16, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe meaning of this song is actually so funny.
    It's from the point of view of a guy who is really rich and is attempting to use that to get girls.
    "Hey little girl, you want it all
    The furs, the diamonds, the painting on the wall"

    hahaha
    RedHotChiliPepperon December 21, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe meaning of this song is actually so funny.
    It's from the point of view of a guy who is really rich and is attempting to use that to get girls.
    "Hey little girl, you want it all
    The furs, the diamonds, the painting on the wall"

    hahaha
    RedHotChiliPepperon December 21, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI love the intro to this song.
    ForThoseAboutToRockon January 05, 2006   Link
  • 0
    Song MeaningThe song is not simply about money.. It's the life of dealing drugs

    Tailored suits, chauffered cars
    Fine hotels and big cigars
    Up for grabs, up for a price

    The dollar's up - down, you'd better buy the pound
    The claim is on you
    The sights are on me
    So what do you do
    That's guaranteed
    Hey little girl, you broke the laws
    You hustle, you deal, you steal from us all

    Money talks, B.S. walks
    Come on, come on, love me for the money
    stephenl9on February 20, 2009   Link
  • 0
    My OpinionThe "Little Girl" is Lady Liberty who is found on the US silver dollar. Through her the American Dream is sought, but along the way the US dollar has lost its value, so looks to the British pound to get there.

    Ms. Liberty is looking at the Euro, European sources of money-like rock bands, as a means of bailing-out her people, but she is no longer trusted because she has stolen everything she can from her people. A prostitute is perceived to do anything for money.
    lrton October 11, 2015   Link
  • -1
    General CommentThis is one of my fav. AC/DC songs its just a great tune that you can really get into
    AngusRocks07on February 28, 2005   Link

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