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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These songs were never meant to be "advice".
In fact a great deal of them were warnings against the potential problems created by money.
and when your really STONED 30 years ago
there even more fun
Never thought for a second that this was a serious article...
The lyrics to "Money" by Pink Floyd are clearly sarcastic not advisory.
PINK FLOYDS music has been on the charts for over 30 years
your column wont last 30 min.
The Eagles had it right.
"You can spend all your time making money or you can spend all your money making time."
"Mastercard, VISA, American Express. I ain't got nothin' agianst no credit cards, but the cash is the best. I need money..."
Actually, staying out of debt IS pretty good advice...
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