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​Ain't No Money

This song is by Rodney Crowell and appears on the album But What Will The Neighbors Think (1980).

This song has been covered by Roger McGuinn and Chris Hillman under the title "Ain't No Money".
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Ain't No Money
Every day now, my friends all say
My ship is sailing, could be any day?
Any day now it might not feel so blue

My baby tells me; "Stop and look around"
"If you ain't careful, boy, you're trouble-bound"
"Run home for cover and you might not find them there"

She said there ain't no money in just running around
You can't make your money from staying at home
Yeah, and there ain't no future in the way that it feels today

Baby, there ain't no money
Baby, there ain't no money
Baby, there ain't no money in the ones that you really love

No running around, staying at home, mmm

I try to tell 'em, baby, straight and true
No love, no money tells you what to do
You're born to ramble, baby, that's what I was too

Just breaking even, even if I move
Old lucky seven's got its hold on you
I got your number, baby, any way you move

Baby, there ain't no money and that's for sure
Ain't no money behind those doors
There ain't no trouble that a poor man won't go through

Baby, there ain't no money
Baby, there ain't no money
Baby, there ain't no money in the ones that you really love
Baby, there ain't no money in the ones that you really love

Ain't no money
Baby, ain't no money

Written by:

Rodney Crowell