A (fairly) comprehensive list of songs with ‘money’ in the title…

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Following on from the success of Rock (mostly) songs with the word ‘fire’ in the title…, if someone asked you to come up with all the songs you could think of with the word money in the title, how would you do?

Well, I think I did okay. Check out my fairly comprehensive list:

  • All that Money Wants – Psychedelic Furs
  • Did It For The Money – Tesla *
  • Easy Money – Billy Joel
  • Everyday I Think Of Money – Stereophonics
  • Follow The Money – The Proclaimers
  • Free Money – Patti Smith
  • Get Money Spend Money No Money – Ice Cube
  • Get This Money – Jay-Z
  • Gold Diggers Song (We’re In The Money) – Bing Crosby
  • Got My Money On You – Alvin Stardust
  • Hold On To Your Money – Howlin’ Wolf
  • I Got Money Now – Pink
  • If You’ve Got the Money, I’ve Got the Time – Willie Nelson
  • If You’ve Got The Money Honey – Percy Sledge
  • It’s Yer Money I’m After, Baby – The Wonder Stuff
  • Keep Your Eye On The Money – Motley Crue *
  • Lay Your Money Down – Bread
  • Life Is A Lemon And I Want My Money Back – Meat Loaf *
  • Love Your Money – Daisy Chainsaw *
  • Made Of Money – Adam Ant
  • Man With Money – The Who *
  • Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems – Notorious B.I.G.
  • Money’s Too Tight To Mention – Simply Red
  • Money, Money – UFO *
  • Money, Money, Money – ABBA
  • Money, That’s What I Want – Barrett Strong (Various Others)
  • Money – Pink Floyd
  • Money and Fame – Scorpions *
  • Money Back Guarantee – Sheena Easton
  • Money Changes Everything – Cyndi Lauper
  • Money For Nothing – Dire Straits *
  • Money Honey – Elvis Presley (Various Others)
  • Money Honey – Little Richard
  • Money Honey – Lady GaGa
  • Money Makes The World Go Round – Technotronic
  • Money Song / Save Me – Coco
  • Money Talks – AC/DC *
  • Money – Girls Aloud
  • Money – Space
  • No Money Down – Chuck Berry
  • Opportunities, Let’s Make Lots Of Money – Pet Shop Boys
  • She Wants Money – Ratt *
  • She Works Hard for the Money ~ Donna Summer
  • Take the Money and Run – Steve Miller Band
  • What’s The Colour Of Money – Hollywood Beyond
  • What Do You Do For Money Honey – AC/DC *
  • You Never Give Me Your Money – The Beatles
  • You Stole My Money Honey – Stereophonics
  • You Take My Money – The Damned *

There’s a few of my favourite genre in there (* rock), but not enough to include it in the title this time. One surprise, given their obessession with bling and looking flash, is that there weren’t more from the rap and R&B fraternity.

And my favourite?

Well that’s an easy one. Look carefully, I’m in that audience somewhere…

Cash, dollars, broke, loaded and more…

If we extended the search to include any word remotely linked with money, I’m sure there’d be a whole lot more songs, but as the classic phrase from Idiocracy goes: “I like money”.

Sadly, though I’m not poor, I don’t have enough of it yet to require investments advice or any other financial advice for that matter. Perhaps if I win the Euro Millions this weekend?

Then I can get my pool table (see Log Cabin Envy!!). Wahay!!

In Conclusion…

Hmm… It was nice dreaming for a second. Can you think of any more songs with money in the title?

Well, stick them below…


Rock (mostly) songs with the word ‘fire’ in the title…


Just for fun this one. If you got a pub quiz question asking you how many rock songs you could come up with featuring the word ‘fire’ in the title, how many would you manage?

Below is a starter for ten and as can be seen it’s been a popular theme amongst the long-haired leather wearing classes (of which I’m one, but with short hair now!) for quite some time:

  • All Fired Up – Pat Benatar
  • Cold Fire – Rush
  • Comin’ Under Fire – Def Leppard
  • Fields of Fire – Big Country
  • Fight Fire With Fire – Kansas
  • Fight Fire With Fire – Metallica
  • Fire – Jimi Hendrix
  • Fire – The Crazy World of Arthur Brown
  • Fire & Ice – Cinderella
  • Fire & Ice – Pat Benatar
  • Fire Brigade – The Move
  • Fire Eater – Three Dog Night
  • Fire In The Sky – Ozzy Osbourne
  • Fire on the Mountain – Grateful Dead
  • Fire Starter – Prodigy
  • Fire Water Burn – The Bloodhound Gang
  • Fire Woman – The Cult
  • Fire Your Guns – AC/DC
  • Great Balls of Fire – Jerry Lee Lewis
  • Heaven’s on Fire – Kiss
  • House of Fire – Alice Cooper
  • I’m on Fire – Bruce Springsteen
  • Into the Fire – Bruce Springstein
  • Light My Fire – The Doors
  • On Fire – Van Halen
  • Put out the Fire – Queen
  • Quest for Fire – Iron Maiden
  • Ring of Fire – Johnny Cash
  • Rooms On Fire – Stevie Nicks
  • Sex On Fire – Kings Of Leon
  • St. Elmo’s Fire – John Parr
  • The Unforgettable Fire – U2
  • This Wheels On Fire – The Byrds
  • We Didn’t Start The Fire – Billy Joel

An EXTREMELY Brief Analysis

I found it interesting that I couldn’t think of any original punk rock songs (I’m not saying there aren’t any!) with the word fire in the title. After all, pyromania is a fairly anarchic affliction and you’d think it would be deserving of more coverage from that most anarchic of music genres.

That said though, the award for best use of the word fire in the list above has to go to techno-punk legends, the Prodigy.

There, told you it was brief!

On a Serious Note

Playing with the old Swan Vestas is never a good idea. Whilst it makes for a good tune, fire is dangerous and can kill.

If you’re intent on being a twisted firestarter though, you might want to consider going on a fire safety training course to learn how to use a fire extinguisher.

And remember, in the case of a genuine emergency, the UK number is 999, which ironically is a punk band.

Over to You…

There’s bound to be loads I’ve missed. Stick ’em below and to make it interesting, let’s open it up to include fire related songs with smoke, burn, hell, etc.. in the title.

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