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8 thoughts on “ Money (Thats What I Want)

  • Money don't get everything It's true But what it don't get I can't use [Repeat chorus] Money (That's what I want) Lotsa money (That's what I want) Whole lotta money (That's what I want) Uh huh (that's what I want) Uh huh huh (that's what I want) (That's what I want) Give me money (That's what I want) Oh, lots of money (That's what I want) All.
  • According to his co-writer Janie Bradford, Gordy would ask these questions out loud, and she's the one who answered "money - that's what I want" in response. Gordy came up with what would become the first and third verses, and she found the second verse, with the line, "Your love gives me such a thrill, but your love can't pay my bills.".
  • The best things in life are free But you can keep them for the birds and bees Now give me money That's what I want That's what I want, yeah That's what I want. Your lovin' gives me a thrill But your lovin' don't pay my bills Now give me money That's what I want That's what I want, yeah That's what I want. Money don't get everything it's true What it don't get, I can't use Now give me money.
  • The song was written by Motown chief Berry Gordy with help from an assistant at the company, Janie Bradford. The Beatles performed this at their audition for Decca Records in They didn't get the deal, but were singned on their next audition, which was for Parlophone Records.
  • According to his co-writer Janie Bradford, Gordy would ask these questions out loud, and she's the one who answered "money - that's what I want" in response. Gordy came up with what would become the first and third verses, and she found the second verse, with the line, "Your love gives me such a thrill, but your love can't pay my bills.".
  • The Beatles’ version of ‘Money (That’s What I Want)’ was a clear attempt to emulate the success of ‘Twist And Shout’, the show-stopping finale of Please Please Me.. The Beatles took Strong’s original and lowered it from the key of F to E, added a searing vocal from John Lennon, close harmonies from George Harrison and Paul McCartney, and turned it into a thundering powerhouse.
  • Money (That's What I Want) Lyrics: I want everybody to know that the best things in life are free / But you can give them to the birds and the bees / Give me money, yeah, yeah, money / Money, that.
  • “Money (That’s What I Want)” was the eighth single released by Motown, and is considered to be the first classic song recorded at the Hitsville Factory. The track is built around a piano riff.
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