'Cause I'm a user
A schmoozer
A big dollar loser
But that don't matter 'cause my friends call me a bruiser
And I get chicks
Too many chicks want me

'Cause I'm not funny
Honey
A big oaf-why dummy
And I get drunk
Too many drinks want me

Yo, get out get out
The way of the money man
Ladies know I'm dope so consider me contraband
Fellas are just jealous 'cause they're ponies and I'm a mustang
Don't try to hang 'cause I'm out with a big bang

Get get down
All the ladies want to be with me
Get get down
All the fellas compete with me
Get get down
And I know that I'm trippin'
But I really don't care 'cause this is how I'm livin'

All the ladies all the ladies want to know me
They ignore me
Intimidated by me
All the fellas all the fellas want to be me
They ignore me
Intimidated by me
Intimidated by me
Well, who needs them anyway?
'cause I'm money

'cause I'm a user
A schmoozer
A big dollar loser
But that don't matter 'cause I drive a land cruiser
And I get chicks
Too many chicks want me

'cause I'm not funny
Honey
A big oaf-why dummy
But that don't matter 'cause I know I play with money
And I get drunk
Too many drinks want me
(Slow down)

I got a time bomb tick, tick, tickin'
Just like Anthrax
Boys want to battle so I got me a battle axe
Climax, your girl screams my name when you have sex
I should charge a sales tax

Get get down
All the ladies want to get with me
Get get down
All the fellas compete with me
Get get down and I know that I'm trippin'
But that don't matter 'cause this is how I'm stickin'

All the ladies all the ladies want to know me
They ignore me
Intimidated by me
All the fellas all the fellas want to be me
They ignore
Intimidated by me
Intimidated by me

Everybody look at me
I'm pimp-ass money
I know you wish to get with this tonight
Everybody look at me
Flier than Mr. T
I know you wish to get with this tonight

Well, who needs them anyway?
Well, who needs them anyway?
'cause I'm money
'cause I'm money
'cause I'm money
'cause I'm money


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I'm Money Lyrics as written by Mauriello Bergdorf

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    my anthem!

    SKAnkinon August 01, 2002   Link
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    rock! this song goes to my pal SKAtt

    EmoGeekon September 18, 2002   Link
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    such a great song

    Ashitaka_punkon October 15, 2002   Link
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    killer. none better as far as self depracation and hyping at the same time.

    mennacinmonkon March 05, 2003   Link
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    this song is so great... i love blasting it when im feeling down and it improves my mood haha

    kevinp13on May 02, 2003   Link
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    What this song means: who cares what other people think? you and your friends think "you're money", what else do you need :)

    definately a good song

    Zelnoton June 11, 2003   Link
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    This song rocks, pretty funny too :)

    spoony-bardon July 07, 2003   Link
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    what makes this song so funny to me is that i actually know people who are like this. I love "big oafy dummy".

    spatulaon July 23, 2006   Link
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    haha this song is greatt because no matter what mood i'm in it always picks me up =]

    rewiind miistakeson July 29, 2006   Link
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    "I'm Pimp Ass Money." This song is awesome and after seeing the lyrics and subsequently the Anthrax reference, it is even better.

    simpjkeeon January 21, 2007   Link

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