Money Changes Everything

Album: She's So Unusual (1983)
Charted: 27
  • I said I'm sorry baby I'm leaving you tonight
    I found someone new, he's waitin' in the car outside
    Ah honey how could you do it
    We swore each other everlasting love
    I said well yeah I know but when we did;
    There was one thing we weren't
    Thinking of and that's money

    Money changes everything
    I said money, money changes everything
    We think we know what we're doin'
    That don't mean a thing
    It's all in the past now
    Money changes everything

    They shake your hand and they smile
    And they buy you a drink
    They say we'll be your friends
    We'll stick with you till the end
    Ah but everybody's only
    Looking out for themselves
    And you say well who can you trust
    I'll tell you it's just
    Nobody else's money

    Money changes everything
    I said money, money changes everything
    You think you know what you're doin'
    We don't pull the strings
    It's all in the past now
    Money changes everything

    Money, money changes everything
    I said money, money changes everything
    We think we know what we're doing
    We don't know a thing
    It's all in the past now

    Money changes everything
    Money changes everything
    Money changes everything, money changes everything, money changes everything, money changes Writer/s: Thomas Gray
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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