It marks their first full-length release of studio material since Strange Things, released twenty-four years prior. It comprises covers of musical acts that have proven influential to the group over the years, along with an extended cut of their original song "Stealing" from Friendly as a Hand Grenade.
Lyrics:Money money money money, money (x6) Some people got to have it Some people really need it Listen to me y'all, do things, do things, do bad things with it You wanna do things, do things, do things, good things with it Talk about cash money, money Talk about cash money- dollar bills, yall.
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I know that money is the root of all evil Do funny things to some people Give me a nickel, brother, can you spare a dime Money can drive some people out of their minds For the love of money, no good, no good, no good For the love of money, don't sell your soul for the money, no, no. For the love of money, lay down, lay down, women will Money is the root of all evil Do funny things to some people Give me a nickel, brother, can you spare a dime Money can drive some people out of their minds
For The Love Of T14:43:17-07:00. Beyond the comforts and conveniences (which for the record, I love those too!), money’s most important role is that it gives options and solves problems, and there are way too many stories of successful individuals doing great things with their wealth to make this world a better place that go unreported. My goal is to expose those stories, thus giving you the permission, motivation, and the tips & tools to unapologetically love and attract money, become a smashing success, and in return empower you to live generously in your earnings and your giving.
Louder Than War’s Paul Scott-Bates tells us if it was worth the wait. It’s fair to say, that over twenty six years ago, Tackhead helped change the direction of music forever. They’re now back with an album almost entirely made up of tracks that have inspired them over the years. So what of it? Well, it’s an album of quite remarkable quality to be honest.
I was 30 years old, had no children to raise, no debts to pay, no philanthropic goal in mind. I wanted more money for exactly the same reason an alcoholic needs another drink: I was addicted. I already knew I wanted to be rich, but when I started out I had a different idea about what wealth meant