Steve Azar - Damn The Money
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STEVE AZAR


Damn The Money Lyrics

Johnny Gunn he's a guitar player
Makin' next to nothin' at a bar nowheres
He says, "Damn the money
Damn the money"

Counts his tips, buys a shot of booze
Grabs a lucky strike, lights another fuse
And says, "Damn the money
Damn the money"

Well, he dreams about some place warm and sunny
Livin' in the land of milk and honey
Well, brother ain't life funny
Damn the money

Rether Brown she's a bank teller
Got the green in her eyes and the green on her fingers
She says, "Damn the money
Yeah damn the money"

Shakes her head, counts another grand
While the hundreds fly through her poor little hands
She says, "Damn the money
Damn the money"

Well, she dreams about some place warm and sunny
Livin' in the land of milk and honey
Well, sister ain't life funny
Damn the money

It sure seems like so much life's spent
Searchin' for the Promise Land
But the time that's lost worryin' 'bout the cost
Will never come back again and it breaks us in the end
Damn the money

Now I'm drivin' alone down this long highway
Thinkin' 'bout the dream I let slip away
I say, "Damn the money
Yeah, damn the money"

Now I know how she used to feel
When I was gone too long tryin' to close some deal
I say, "Damn the money
Damn the money"

Callin' home from some place warm and sunny
Runnin' from the land of milk and honey
The way we look at life is funny
Damn the money

Damn the money
Damn the money
Yeah, damn that money, yeah

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Songwriter(s): Rafe van Hoy, Steve Azar, Stacey Beyer
Copyright: Cottagehouse Music Inc., Bonedoggy Music, Emi April Music Inc., Cotton City Music Publishing, Mas Venture Music LLC
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