Nice Girls Dont Get Rich Quotes by Lois P. Frankel
Classic Songs About Money
Everyone needs it and, increasingly, everyone around the world seems to be suffering from lack of it. This list features the most prominent oldies songs about money wherein the artists explain the need for, the things we do to get, and, sadly, the highly volatile nature of financial wealth. The O'Jays smash hit "For the Love of Money" received remarkable airplay despite its seven-minute runtime. The title of the track is said to originate from the Bible verse, 1 Timothy , which reads, "For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows. That ominous opening bass line, for example, alternately drenched in echo and slapped in your face, sets up the stark no-bull reality of the lyrics to come, which detail just how far humanity will sink in pursuit of what the song itself calls "mean green.
According to the Notorious B. Since its inception, rap has always had money on its collective mind. And those who do have it will brag about it—especially if they just got it. But what might sound like flaunting and taunting on the surface is also a celebration of a success against the odds. Here are ten songs from then and now that took talking about the power of the dollar to new heights. Autobiographical verses from Raekwon the Chef and Inspectah Deck take us from their hardscrabble childhoods to ups and downs of a lucrative yet fraught drug game—including violence and getting locked up.
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Love may be the most popular theme in music, but money comes a very close second., It was released as a single on 1 November , as the follow-up to " Dancing Queen " both from the album Arrival.
I Don't Mind feat. Yeah Usher, baby This is for the A. Shawty, I don't mind if you dance on a pole That don't make you a hoe Shawty, I don't mind when you work until three If you're leaving with me Go make that money, money, money Your money, money, money 'Cause I know how it is, go and handle your biz And get that money, money, money Your money, money, money You can take off your clothes Long as you coming home, girl, I don't mind. I make enough for the both of us, but you dance anyway You know I was raised in the A. When you get off of work I'll be ready to go in the 'Rari And when we get home we'll have us our own private party in here So I don't worry at all about the things they do or say I love you anyway You can twerk while in a split, you racking up them tips Your body rock and your booty poppin', I'm proud to call you my bitch They be lookin', but they can't touch you, shawty, I'm the only one to get it So just go ahead and keep doing what you do, do it.
As ever, her lyrics turn repetition into a low-key artform. Grace Goslin. Nick Levine. Gawd bless you, Wayne! This awesome floor-filler could only have been written during the credit-obsessed yuppie era. Just try to overlook the fact it was later sampled by Iggy Azalea. But this smash, one of their best-known tunes, is a slice of dollar-signs-in-the-eyes fantasy.