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Just for fun: Late payment in song titles

21/03/2017 / Comments 2

As we all know, late payment remains a problem we all wish would vanish forever. Wishful thinking, yet, despite every business’s credit control policies and cash flow forecasts, late payment regularly seems to get in the way.

So, knowing this, we thought we might indulge in a little light relief, with a challenge for our readers.

We’re looking for the names of famous song titles that could quite easily be about late payment – while the more creative of you may wish to swap out a word or phrase with something related to late payment. Bonus points for imagination! (And what do points mean…)

So far, our team have come up with:

‘Too Little, Too Late’ – JoJo

‘What a Difference a Day Makes’ – Dinah Washington

‘Should I Give Up, or Should I Just Keep Chasing Payments’ – Adele

‘Fools Gold’ – The Stone Roses

Can you do any better? Post your late payment song title in the comments section below, by tweeting us with the hashtag #latepaymentsongs or on Facebook, and we’ll pull together our favourites.

We’re looking forward to seeing what you’ll come up with!

Comments

2 Comments

TRICIA MCDERMOTT

05/04/2017 (13:27pm)

Money - ( That's What I Want)- The Flying Lizards Money's Too Tight To Mention - Simply Red I'm Still Waiting - Diana Ross If I had $,000,000 - Barenaked Ladies Money Money Money - ABBA Money Talks - Rick James

Steve Wheat

23/03/2017 (11:05am)

Give me just a little more time - Chairman of the Board

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