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You Never Give Me Your Money (Remastered 2009)


You never give me your moneyYou only give me your funny paperAnd in the middle of negotiationsYou break downI never give you my numberI only give you my situationAnd in the middle of investigationI break downOut of college, money spentSee no future, pay no rentAll the money's gone, nowhere to goAny jobber got the sackMonday morning, turning backYellow lorry slow, nowhere to goBut oh, that magic feeling, nowhere to goOh, that magic feeling, nowhere to goNowhere to goAaaaahhhhhhhhhhAaaaahhhhhhhhhhAaaaahhhhhhhhhhOne sweet dreamPick up the bags and get in the limousineSoon we'll be away from hereStep on the gas and wipe that tear awayOne sweet dream came true todayCame true todayCame true today (Yes it did)One two three four five six sevenAll good children go to HeavenOne two three four five six sevenAll good children go to HeavenOne two three four five six sevenAll good children go to HeavenOne two three four five six sevenAll good children go to HeavenOne two three four five six sevenAll good children go to HeavenOne two three four five six sevenAll good children go to HeavenOne two three four five six sevenAll good children go to HeavenOne two three four five six sevenAll good children go to Heaven




You Never Give Me Your Money (Remastered 2009)



Some people like to say that more money equals more problems. One problem that can come along with making money is that people will become envious. They might even scheme up ways to get your money from you. A gold digger is a woman who makes romantic or sexual advances toward a rich man in order to get her hands on his money. In this 2005 hit rap song, Kanye West and Jamie Foxx warn listeners about red flags to look for when dealing with potential gold diggers. They also warn about the potential repercussions of dealing with a gold digger. This song spent ten weeks in the No. 1 position on the Billboard Hot 100 list.


If you want to make a playlist of songs written about money, start with this list. You might be surprised how many of your favorite musical artists have mentioned money in songs. Did we miss out on any classic or timeless songs about money? Let us know by using our contact form today!


Abbey Road's incipient bourgeois individualism is shown off to best effect in "You Never Give Me Your Money", the single most dazzling song in McCartney's peerless songbook. The song glues together a number of distinct fragments, each of them addressing the thorny issue of the relationship between wealth and leisure. At first, accompanied by a plaintive piano and a wriggling, unsettled bass line, McCartney finds his mind wandering during an exasperating set of business negotiations: "You never give me your money/You only give me your funny paper". Then, in a moment of blessed liberation, he starts to fantasise about turning his back on the world of work and embracing a life of voluntary leisure. Sounding a bit like an English Al Jolson as a honkytonk piano steadies his nerve, he sings from the perspective of a working-class youngster or a middle-class student who suddenly finds himself thrown out of work. Blithely indifferent to the looming prospect of poverty, he looks foward to an age of bohemian experimentation with undisguised excitement: "But oh, that magic feeling nowhere to go!" Then there's another shift. After a brief interlude of glistening three-part harmonies, Harrison's guitar tortuously ascends a steep mountainside in search of a dimly glimpsed plain. Upwards always upwards. Newly liberated, McCartney makes his triumphant reappearance in a thunderclap of opulence. Singing in a lower register than usual brooking no opposition but oozing a sense of fun he urges his wife and kids to grab their belongings and head for the limo. The Liverpudlian prole with bohemian aspirations has long since disappeared. This is the internationally fêted multi-millionaire, cheerfully surveying the landscape as he instructs his chauffeur to accelerate. McCartney's inner class struggle has been won by the big battalions of his personal bourgeoisie. 041b061a72


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