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The Apprentice Theme Song

November 24, 2010
The Apprentice Theme Song

The very apt theme song for The Apprentice—the one that goes “money, money, money” is officially entitled “For the Love of Money.” It was performed and recorded by Ohio-based, Philadelphia soul group The O’Jays. The song is originally part of their 1973 album Ship Ahoy.

The O’Jays still perform to this date, but they have lost some members and have gone through some lineup changes. As being not primarily songwriters (The O’Jays), “For the Love of Money” was written by songwriters and producers Gamble and Huff—composed of Kenneth Gamble and Leon A. Huff, and bass player Anthony Jackson.

The Apprentice Theme Song

Below is the theme song and an opening sequence from  The Apprentice season two.

The Apprentice Theme

 

The Apprentice Theme Song Lyrics 

Money money money money, money
Money money money money, money
Some people got to have it
Some people really need it
Listen to me y’all
Do things, do things, do things, bad things with it
Dollar bills, y’all, come on
Lean, mean, mean green
Almighty dollar
Don’t you know that, money
Give me a nickel, brother can you spare a dime
Money can drive some people out of their minds
Money money money money, money
Money money money money, money

 

The Apprentice (UK) Theme Tune

This is the theme tune for the UK version of “The Apprentice”.

The Apprentice (UK) Theme Tune

 

Hi!! I missed you guys! and I’ll ask you something I always ask you… are you ready? well… these are not question…. just tell me if you like this theme song, go to check bellow id there is something you want to listen to between the themes we have prepared for you and see you in the next one 😉