Money (Everybody Loves Her)
by Gun

Album: Taking On The World (1989)

Songfacts®:

  • In a September 2012 interview with Digital Journal through Andrew Thompson of their management company, one of the band members said of this track: "[It's]...just [about] the fact that really there is no better feeling than having a bit of money in your pocket, it gives you choices in life. Who doesn't like that feeling of being a millionaire for a day when you get your wages?"
  • Running to 4 minutes 39 seconds, the uptempo "Money (Everybody Loves Her)" is the fourth song on the band's monster debut album Taking On The World.

    Written by guitarist Giuliano Gizzi and lead vocalist Mark Rankin, it was released as a single backed by "Prime Time", another Gizzi/Rankin composition. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2

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