Money Guy

(To the tune of “Honey Pie”)

He was an honest chap
Harvard M-B-A
Then went down to Wall Street
Working at Barclays

And if I could get his ear
I know what I’d say

Money guy
You have got an obsession
That is linked to possession
You have sold your soul

Yeah money guy
You’re requiring some firing
As a way for acquiring
All the things that you own

Corporate takeovers make you pee your pants
Making money the easy way
If you get half a chance

Oh money guy
What you do is horrific
Dumping jobs trans-Pacific
From Malaysia to Seoul

Interlude

Could you folks who outsource work
To China please
Have to work in sweat shop factories

Then money guy
You could make a deposit
On the tiny broom closet
That would be your home

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