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Song Parodies -> "Money"

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Bobby Goldsboro

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The Lyrics

See the bills how big they've grown
I can't believe how much we've blown
Figures of six..
New house, new car, wide screen TV
A GPS, an MP3,

A treasure finder's in the car,
Huge telescope to view a star
Too large to tote...
A desktop and laptop pc
Nice boat for sailing on the sea,
Wife's warm mink coat..

In-ground concrete swimming pool
Central air to keep house cool
When summer's hot..
Casino trips by chartered bus,
Brand new furnace for warming us,
So much, was bought..

In country club, new memberships
Collagen shots for her new lips
They all add up..
The new golf cart, and weed for bong
High mega spending, knew not long
Until bankrupt..

Oh, Money, I love you
More of you'd be good
I'd bank some and save you,
If only I could..

The Rolex glistens on my wrist
The cost of last year's Christmas list
Twelve credit cards..
That new time share we got last spring
High fees for all the dieting
For us two lards..

Real French champagne and loads of booze
A three week trans-Atlantic cruise
Where I turned green..
High tech computered laundry pair
Ad said we needed those down there
To keep clothes clean..

Great New York weekends, Broadway shows
A sew machine that never sews
It's here someplace
The DUI's and speeding fines
Botox injections for age lines
To smooth the face..

Oh, money, I love you
But you're so hard to keep
Thanks "Uncle Inherit",
High living's not cheap..

But, suddenly, foreclosure comes
Those lousy mortgage banks are scums,
They all just suck..
The repo man got the Cadillacs,
Now, IRS wants more income tax
Some huge, high buck..

Enough to make a man get stoned,
But the booze is gone and now I'm alone
As desert wind..
She filed divorce, last wrecking ball..
Right now I'm feeling three feet tall,
Once I was ten..

Broke, homeless, ragged, wild, a sleeze,
No pride inside, just memories,
And hopes to die..
I hear the rumbling subway trains,
And hardly enough strength remains
To stand nearby.. I loved you
So crisp, fresh and green
Just jumped in the path of
The subway...machine.. I loved youuuu....

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Old Man Ribber - March 11, 2011 - Report this comment
AFW - No need to worry here. This is parody gold, which actually increases in value during hard times. ;D
Michael Pacholek - March 11, 2011 - Report this comment
Pretty good, AFW, but how soon we forget -- you even liked it:
AFW - March 11, 2011 - Report this comment
I knew I should have done a search on this...My apology, Michael...I thought I was being original...had I seen yours...I would have scrapped this..
Mark Scotti - March 11, 2011 - Report this comment
Hey, there's plenty of MONEY for everyone...isn't there?...LOL
WarrenB - March 12, 2011 - Report this comment
Ooooh, this song is now stuck in my head. Nice work on a song that makes me cringe to this day.
Dave W. - March 14, 2011 - Report this comment
Money and great parodies never goes out of style....of course a good melody doesn't hurt too
AFW - March 14, 2011 - Report this comment
Thanks, all

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