You make the world go around. Poem by Ernest Makuakua
You make it possible right? They say you make the world go around
If i have you
why cant you bring lost lives back?
Why cant you buy love?
Why cant you save souls?
Money you make the world go around right and you make things possible right?
People praise you
confussion occurs... You cant buy love or life.
You cant buy inteligence or talent, you cant buy faith nor trust. A lot you cant do yet you are considered big
Why cant you feed the poor?
Money do you make the world go round realy if so can you make it rain?
Can you make it snow?
Can you keep human smiling a little longer?
Well mr money mrs money can you tell me if you control everything can you then let the day last longer can you eliminate night.
Why do people who have you hurt others?
money do you realy exist?
Cars and internet you create cant take me back or tell me what my success will be yet you can realy tell when can i die...
Who created you?
Do you realy build?
Money what was your original purpose?
They say you can control peoples lives can you buy my choice?
You are indeed route of all evil theres nothing good you do.
you are greedy
you are money
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