Money Honey

Hey music lovers! Today, I want to introduce you to a classic song that will have you tapping your feet and singing along in no time. It’s called “Money Honey” and it was performed by the legendary group, The Drifters.

Released in 1954, “Money Honey” was featured on their album, “Presenting Clyde McPhatter.” This song quickly became a hit and solidified The Drifters’ place in music history.

The composition of “Money Honey” is a perfect blend of rhythm and blues, with a touch of rock and roll. The catchy melody and infectious beat will have you grooving from the first note. It’s no wonder this song has stood the test of time.

But what makes “Money Honey” truly special is its meaning. The lyrics tell the story of a person who is infatuated with someone who only cares about money. It’s a relatable theme that many of us have experienced at some point in our lives.

The influence of “Money Honey” can be felt in countless songs that followed. Its energetic sound and relatable lyrics have inspired generations of musicians. From the soulful vocals to the lively instrumentation, this song is a true masterpiece.

If you want to dive deeper into the world of The Drifters and their impact on music, I highly recommend checking out their album, “Presenting Clyde McPhatter.” It’s a treasure trove of timeless classics that will transport you back in time.

So, what are you waiting for? Give “Money Honey” a listen and let the music take you on a journey. Trust me, you won’t be able to resist the infectious rhythm and soulful vocals. Discover the magic of The Drifters and let their music captivate your soul.

For more information about The Drifters and their iconic song “Money Honey,” check out their Google search and their album “Presenting Clyde McPhatter” on Google search.

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Money Honey – The Drifters lyrics

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You know, the landlord rang my front door bell–I let it ring for a long, long spell–I looked through the wind’ow, i peeked through the blind,And asked him to tell me what was on his mind.He said, “money, honey!Money, honey!Money, honey,If you wanna get along with me.”I was cleaned and skinned and so hard-pressed–I called the woman that i love the best–I finally reached my baby ’bout a half past three–She said, “i’d like to know what you want with me.”I said, “money, honey!Money, honey!Money, honey,If you wanna get along with me.”She screamed and said, “what’s wrong with you?From this day on, our romance is through.”I said, “tell me, baby, face to face–A-how could another man take my place?”She said, “money, honey!Money, honey!Money, honey,If you wanna get along with me.”Well, i learned my lesson and now i know–The sun may shine and the wind may blow–Women may come, and the women may go,But before i say i love ’em so,I want– money, honey!Money, honey!Money, honey,If you wanna get along with me.(If you wanna get along) well, make some money(If you wanna get along) well, i ain’t jivin’ you, honey(If you wanna get along) you better give up some moneyIf you wanna get along with me.

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