No Money No Honey — Fidlar

No Money No Honey — Fidlar

I’m going down, down to the river
I’m gonna bring a 30-pack
I’m gonna drink with all my good friends
And I ain’t ever, ever coming back

I got no money and I’m starving
I got nothing left
Spent it all on golden honey
And two lines of meth

I’m gonna chug a lot of Jim Beam
‘Til my face turns brown and blue
I’m gonna get in my car and start it
And drive right over you

I got nothing else to live for
I got nowhere to be
Spent my money on that honey
And life in the beam

I wanna tell you that I like you
But my heart is black and blue
And you say that’s such a bad idea
That’s hard to swallow, but it’s harder to chew

You probably think that this is funny
As I do, too
I gotta keep on just laughing
Or I am through

I’m going back down to the river
I’m gonna find my duffel bag
I’m gonna stick my puppy in it
And drown him till his tail won’t wag

‘Cause I can’t spend any more money
I can’t give him a bed
I get a feed it golden honey
Or two scoops of meth

And the next thing you know I cannot feel
My airbag’s open on my steering wheel
I guess that that oak tree was kinda real
Now I gotta skip this town

I’ve gotta call up max and Elvis
And tell them how I feel
They’re gonna call me a f—— p—-
And pass me a couple beers

We got no money, got no honey
We got nothing left
Spent it all on golden honey
And two lines of meth

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Brian V. Lee provides bankruptcy, foreclosure defense, business turnaround, and litigation services to clients in the District of Columbia, Virginia, and Maryland. Brian was the Washington, D.C. state chair of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys from 2016 to 2018.