Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous — Good Charlotte

Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous -- Good Charlotte

Always see it on TV
Or read in the magazines
Celebrities want sympathy
All they do is piss and moan
Inside the Rolling Stone
Talking about how hard life can be

I’d like to see them spend a week
Living life out on the street
I don’t think they would survive
If they could spend a day or two
Walking in someone else’s shoes
I think they’d stumble and they’d fall
They would fall

Lifestyles of the rich and the famous
They’re always complaining
Always complaining
If money is such a problem
Well they got mansions
Think we should rob them

Well, did you know when you were famous
You could kill your wife
And there’s no such thing as 25 to life
As long as you’ve got the cash to pay for Cochran
And did you know if you were caught
And you were smoking crack
McDonald’s wouldn’t even want to take you back
You could always just run for mayor of D.C.

I’d like to see them spend a week
Living life out on the street
I don’t think they would survive
If they could spend a day or two
Walking in someone else’s shoes
I think they’d stumble and they’d fall
They would fall

Lifestyles of the rich and the famous
They’re always complaining
Always complaining
If money is such a problem
Well they got mansions
Think we should rob them

Lifestyles of the rich and the famous
They’re always complaining
Always complaining
If money is such a problem
You got so many problems
Think I could solve them

Lifestyles of the rich and famous
We’ll take your clothes, cash, cars, and homes
Just stop complaining
Lifestyles of the rich and famous

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