Money honey (live)
J. Stone - 1960

Marty Wilde: Last week I introduced you into the show a young american called Eddie Cochran. He had a lot of fun on our show and we certainly had a lot of fun with him and, by your many many letters we gathered, you want to see much more of him. So, can we have Eddie Cochran, please?


You know the land-lady’s ringin’ my frontdoor bell.
I let it ring for a long—long spell.
Went to the window, peeked through the blinds, I said:
“Honey, just exactly what you got on your mind?”

She said, money honey (money honey).
Money honey (money honey).
Money honey (yeah).
If you gonna get along with me.

Well, I screamed and hollered, I was so hard-pressed.
I called the woman that I love best.
Got my baby ’bout half past three, she says:
“Eddie, boy, just exactly what you want with me?”

I said, money honey (money honey).
Yeah, money honey (money honey).
Money honey (yeah).
If you gonna get along with me.

Well, I learned my lesson and now I know.
The sun may shine and a wind may blow.
Women may come and women may go, but
Well, I said: “I love you, honey. I just want you to know.”

I said, money honey (money honey).
Yeah, money honey (money honey).
Money honey (yeah).
If you gonna get along with me.

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