Verse 1

A bundle of shiny little notes in your pocket,

A picture of Jesus in my locket.

You can't reach into your wallet

To help out a dying person,

Your excuse being you never met.

I give whatever I can,

Pray that he recovers soon,

God must have a bigger plan.

Chorus

And you've got your shiny little notes,

I hope they keep you warm on a white Christmas,

I've got my humanitarian oaths,

I've got a spiritual strength of a different class

That your money can never buy,

That your mind can never comprehend.

And I hope you're happy with

Your shiny little notes in the end.

Verse 2

A smug grin on your lips all day long,

A text to a friend to say stay strong.

You run away from people's problems,

Treat life like it's a rodeo show,

And never ever take the blame.

I give out words and embraces,

My own scars taught me loneliness,

I don't want others to be in those places.

Chorus

And you've got your shiny little notes,

I hope they keep you warm on a white Christmas,

I've got my humanitarian oaths,

I've got a spiritual strength of a different class

That your money can never buy,

That your mind can never comprehend.

And I hope you're happy with

Your shiny little notes in the end.

Bridge

You've got expensive clothes, expensive dinner.

But my heart is just a little bit cleaner,

Your indulgent lifestyle might make you feel like you're a winner,

But every day your human bone is getting a little thinner.

Chorus

And you've got your shiny little notes,

I hope they keep you warm on a white Christmas,

I've got my humanitarian oaths,

I've got a spiritual strength of a different class

That your money can never buy,

That your mind can never comprehend.

And I hope you're happy with

Your shiny little notes in the end.