We love you yeah
We love what you got and you've got it truly
You're talented kid
We can see it clearly
We love your sound
The way you look so we say sincerely
You're natural stars and we mean it really
{chorus}

We love your money(Love your money)
We love your money(Love your money)
We love your money(Love your money)
We love your money(Love your money)
Yes we do

We love you yeah
place your trust in us completely
You'll sell worldwide we mean it really
We love your songs
shape your image and we'll all be wealthy
{repeat}

We love you so love your demo
We love you so love love love love
all your money
We love your money(love your money)
We love your money(love your money)
Love love love love all your money
(repeat chorus)

Love love love love all your money
Love love love love all your money
Love love love love all your money


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    Woah, first person to contribute on daisy chainsaw. I think it's definately about how controlling record companies can be and how money grabbing they are. They don't care about the band, just the money. Also, how fake they are. They tell you they love you and the way you look, then try to change you.

    PrettyLittleRosieon June 27, 2004   Link
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    Great song!

    Nosdravdeon February 21, 2007   Link
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    Great song!

    Wallamanageon June 11, 2007   Link
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    Yes, i think ur right. commanding producers and selfi-indulgent record companies. i love this band. they were eeire puck rock saturated with grungy gee-tar riffs. katie jane can sound sexy, child-like, and scary in the course of one song. her style is both alarming and intrigueing she would suck on a baby bottle while rolling on the ground in a torn babydoll dress. kj could easily be mistaken as a kid throwing a tempertantrum. and in the end your hooked.

    grunge girlon June 18, 2007   Link
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    The only song I've heard from them, but it's a good one. Don't know who it's about, but obviously "they" love "him" because he's going to make them a lot of money not because of what type of person he is.

    monster36604on January 17, 2009   Link

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