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Simply Red - Moneys Too Tight To Mention FLAC album


Performer: Simply Red
Genre: Electronic
Title: Moneys Too Tight To Mention
Style: House, Garage House
FLAC version ZIP size: 1210 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1522 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1325 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 471
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Money's Too Tight (to Mention)" (sometimes stylized as "Money$ Too Tight (to Mention)" in some of its single and album releases) is a song written and first recorded by The Valentine Brothers, John Valentine and Billy Valentine, and released as a single in 1982. The song was ranked at number 6 among the top ten "Tracks of the Year" for 1982 by NME. It was covered by the British pop/soul group Simply Red in 1985

About the artist behind Moneys Too Tight To Mention: Their first single, released in 1985, was "Money's Too Tight (To Mention)", a cover of a soul standard originally recorded by The Valentine Brothers.

Simply Red. Album:Greatest Hits. Bm7 So I went to the bank to see what they could do. Em7 They said Son looks like bad luck got a hold on you. Bm7 Money's too tight to mention. Em7 I can't get an unemployment extension. Bm7 Em7 Money's too tight to mention. Bm7 I went to my brother to see what he could do. Em7 He said Brother I'd like to help but I'm unable to. Bm7 Em7 So called on my father, father. Em7 Almighty father, he said. Em7 Oh money money money money. Em7 I can't even qualify for my pension

Simply Red. Produced by Stewart Levine. Money's Too Tight (To Mention) Lyrics. I've been laid off from work My rent is due My kids all need Brand new shoes So I went to the bank To see what they could do They said son looks like bad luck Gotta hold on you. Money's too tight to mention I can't get an unemployment extension Money's too tight to mention. I went to my brother To see what he could do He said brother like to help you But I'm unable to So I called on my father, father Oh, my father He said.

B5 Money's too tight to mention. E5 Oh money money money money. B5 Money's too tight to mention. E5 I can't even qualify for my pension. A5 B5 We're talking 'bout reaganomics. Money's too tight to mention. E5 Cutbacks! A5 B5 We're talking 'bout the dollar bill. G5 D5 And that old man who's over the hill. A5 B5 Now what are we all to do G5 E5 A5 When money's got a hold on you. B5 E5 Money's too tight etc. B5 E5 We're talking 'bout money money. E5 We're talking 'bout money money.