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Flat Broke Songs: No. 6

Too Much Month at the End of the Money
Marty Stuart (2003)

The bottom lines: “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.”

Stuart plays this throwback honky-tonk shuffle, originally recorded by Billy Hill in 1989, for all it’s worth — which isn’t as much as it used to be. By the time he’s done paying monthly bills, he’s got no cash left for a night on the town.

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