Made Of Money

Album: Friend Or Foe (1982)
  • You think that I'm amde of money
    You've got something coming honey
    This ain't no land of milk and honey
    My accountant thinks that's funny

    Instead of trying to use your brains
    You sit round and suck my veins
    Your kind of rat belongs in drains
    You're gonna get around

    You like all those big fancy cars
    Trendy people and their wine bars
    But your lying will leave its scars
    Get around, get on your horse

    You think that I'm made of reddies
    That makes me choke on my Shreddies
    I may smile and act so sunny
    But this boy is not your dummy

    Marriages are made in heaven
    So what the hell happened to mine?
    Writer/s: MARCO PIRRONI, ADAM ANT
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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