Worst money advice in songs
You may know all the lyrics to your favorite songs, but you shouldn't necessarily take advice from some of them. Here are a few lyrics with some less-than-wise financial advice.
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"There's a hole in my pocket where my cash used to be
rubber checks and credit cards have been so good to me.
How long can I spend my life on loan?
Live now-pay later, that's how it's gotta be,
If money talks, well it sure ain't talkin' to me!
I bought the furniture on credit at a fabulous store,
The man said, "Next time you come in, why don't you spend a little more?
No time for tomorrow, I'm too busy havin' fun,
But when the bills come in, I know it's time for me to run.
Must have been a slow news day that you couldn't find anything better to write about.
They missed my favaorite from Billy Idol
I'd sell my soul for you babe
For money to burn with you!
Can't get much more bad advice than that. Love it!
Yet another riveting article...is news this hard to come by? MSN's a.k.a Tigerbeat senior executive staff really needs to review the psycho babble that ends up posted.
THESE are songs that you are talking about, SONGS, not laws and if anyone wants to put blame on anything other than themselves for stupid acts of crime why not blame it on a song. This is about as stupid an article as I have seen in a long long time.
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