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Written by Bob DiPiero, Dennis Robbins and John Sherrill

I paid the bank note, the car note and, yes, I paid the phone bill too
And then I turned around and I found that the house note's due
Well I'd love to take you out like I said I would honey
But there's too much month at the end of the money

Well I got a little favor I wanna ask of you my love
Why don't you find that hole in my pocket and sew it up
Yeah I thought I'd save some, but you know it's funny
There's too much month at the end of the money

Ooh, ooh, ooh, heaven only knows
Ooh, ooh, ooh, where on earth it goes
But it sure goes
Well sometimes I think it blows ......away

I went down to the bank this mornin' 'bout half past nine
Well I was lookin' for a little somethin' in the credit line
But the man says "look, what we've got here sonny
Is too much month at the end of the money"

I'd love to take you out like I said I would honey
But there's too much month at the end of the money
Too much month at the end of the money



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