Money

Album: Save Me From Myself (2008)
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  • Look at yourself
    You can't even get to sleep
    Boy you love your wealth
    You bow down to your money

    You got what you want,but it won't get you far
    Was it what you tought? You forgot who you are
    Your wife has left you and you don't see your kid
    Now get on your knees you know who your god is

    Your god is money
    So bow down to it
    You act so funny
    Just look at yourself
    You've lost your family
    Your friends all use you
    You can't buy happiness,so
    Get down on you knees
    Bow down

    Look at yourself
    Your ticket to hell was free
    To everyone esle
    You look like your livin a dream

    Addictions have left you in your own gutter
    You can't buy your way out of this hell on earth
    If you don't get a grip you will soon be dead
    Now get on your knees you know who wour god is

    Your god is money,so bow down to it
    You act so funny,just look at yourself
    You've lost your family,your friends all use you
    You can't buy happiness,so get down on you knees

    Bow down
    Bow down to your money
    Bow down
    Get down on your knees
    Bow down
    Bow down to your money
    Bow down


    2x
    Get down on your knees
    Bow down to your money
    Were your dreams what you
    Always tought they'd be?

    Now bow down
    Bow down(x15)
    Bow down,now

    Hold on to your money now

    Your god is money,so bow down to it
    You act so funny,just look at yourself
    You've lost your family,your friends all use you
    You can't buy happiness,so get down on you knees Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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