Busy Earnin'

Album: Jungle (2014)
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  • So you come a long way
    But you'll never have me
    Never have things for a normal life
    It's time, too busy earnin'
    You can't get enough

    This busy earnin'
    You can't get enough

    You think that all your time is used
    Too busy earnin'
    You can't get enough

    And I get always
    But I bet it won't change, no
    Damn, that's a boring life
    It's quite, busy earnin'
    You can't get enough

    This busy earnin'
    You can't get enough

    You think that all your time is used
    Too busy earnin'
    You can't get enough

    Just busy earnin'

    You can't get enough

    You think that all your time is used
    Too busy earnin'
    You can't get enough

    You think that all your time is used
    Too busy earnin'
    You can't get enough

    Just busy earnin'
    You can't get enough, no
    Just busy earnin'
    You can't get enough Writer/s: Joshua Lloyd-Watson, Thomas McFarland
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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