Marcus JB

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Song Description

(as above) I envisage surreal video with trees with money leaves with people reaching up in a desperate bid to have some easy cash... MT is ambient/chillout dreamlike and extremely memorable. I have been invited to showcase it with a major label recently

Story Behind the Song

A young couple in modern day times struggling with money worries. One of them sensible, but the other oblivious to what money comes in or goes out. This song was number 115 out of a current 916 repertoire, so it is difficult to recall the inspiration. It emerged 20/01/2012.

Lyrics

Chorus

Money doesn't grow on trees,
And it aint made by the bees,
Oh no, it aint, it's just sheer hard work,
And money doesn't come out the ground
And there aint that much around
Oh no, there aint, it's just all gone...

Verse

You keep on asking for more,cus you
Don't fear what's in store, you don't
Look at the bills that come in -
You just leave that worry to me!
You keep spending like there ain't a need to be cautious and apare any change,
Surplus for rainer days, and i try to make you see that...

Money doesn't...

You just don't know our debt, no you
Don't have reason to fret,
You just bury your head in the sand,
and I just aint coping...

Money doesn't...

Instrumental

Money doesn't...

Song Length
4:04
Genres
Pop - Dreampop, Electronic - Ambient
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Relaxed, Worried

Subject Matter
Justice, Material Things

Similar Artist
David Bowie
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Marcus JB
Music Credits Marcus JB
Performance Credits Heidi Nicola