Silas Stingy (Mono Version)

The Who1967年12月15日

歌詞

Silas Stingy (Mono Version) - The Who (誰人樂隊)

Written by:John Entwis

Once upon a time there lived an old miser man

By the name of Silas Stingy

He carried all his money in a little black box

Which was heavy as a rock

With a big padlock

All the little kids would shout

When Silas was about

Money money money bags

Money money money bags

There goes Mingy Stingy

There goes Mingy Stingy

Money money money bags

Money money money bags

There goes Mingy Stingy

There goes Mingy Stingy

Silas didn't eat which was just as well

He would starve himself for a penny

He wore clothes and he never washed

'Cause soap cost a lot

And the dirt kept him hot

All the little kids would shout

When Silas was about

 

Money money money bags

Money money money bags

There goes Mingy Stingy

There goes Mingy Stingy

Money money money bags

Money money money bags

There goes Mingy Stingy

There goes Mingy Stingy

In the back of his head

Was a voice that said

Someone will steal it all

You'll be lying in the gutter with an empty box

The thieves will be havin' a ball

Money money money bags

Money money money bags

There goes Mingy Stingy

There goes Mingy Stingy

Money money money bags

Money money money bags

There goes Mingy Stingy

There goes Mingy Stingy

 

He bought a safe to put the box in

And a house to put the safe in

And a watchdog on a chain to make quite sure

 

And his face was very funny

When he counted up his money

And he realized he hadn't any more

 

Money money money bags

Money money money bags

There goes Mingy Stingy

There goes Mingy Stingy

Money money money bags

Money money money bags

There goes Mingy Stingy

There goes Mingy Stingy

 

***歌詞來自第三方***