Two Hearts in 3/4 Time
The Avalanches Lyrics


Can't you hear it?
Money
Can't you hear it?
Money, money, money
Money

Ooh yeah, oh yeah, ooh yeah, oh yeah
Ooh, ah yeah, ooh, oh, ooh yeah, ooh, ah, oh

La la, la la, la la, la la, la la, doo da da da
La la, la la, la la, la la, la la, doo da da da
La la, la la, la la, la la, la la, doo da da da
La la, la la, la la, la la, la la, doo da da da
La la, la la, la la, la la, la la, doo da da da

Or a diamond-studded star
Or a polka-dotted moon
Or a diamond-studded star
Or a polka-dotted moon

La la, la la, la la, la la, la la, doo da da da
(Or a diamond-studded star, or a polka dot balloon)
La la, la la, la la, la la, la la, doo da da da
(Or a diamond-studded star, or a polka dot balloon)
La la, la la, la la, la la, la la, doo da da da
(Or a diamond-studded star, or a polka dot balloon)
La la, la la, la la, la la, la la, doo da da da
(Or a diamond-studded star)

Avalanche Rock
Avalanche Rock
Avalanche Rock
Avalanche Rock
Avalanche Rock
Avalanche Rock it
Avalanche Rock it
Avalanche Rock

Lyrics © BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: Darren Seltmann, Gordon Mcquilten, Marlena Shaw, Robbie Chater, Tony Diblasi

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Comments from YouTube:

Rondo Hunter

Not surprisingly the Avalanches have a LOT of technical and legal issues to go through in creating such a masterpiece. All the various samples have to be approved by numerous officials, relatives of artists, etc., just to get permission to publish. They do that for us. Thank you, Avalanche.

Rondo Hunter

@little ghost Thank you for that explanation. I am not entirely familiar with copyright law but I get what you're saying. Still, as you have rightfully noted artists too do require nourishment. So they must sell their production. Permissions are required. Thanks again, stay safe, take care.

little ghost

well, not quite lol. using unauthorized samples is completely legal as long as you don’t attempt to profit off of the final product, or use it for commercial purposes. so the sample clearing is really for the sake of their pocket book. they legally could have distributed their music (freely) from day one.

but hey, artists need to eat too. i’m glad they were able to get clearance on everything and make some money on what is clearly a labor of love and a huge technical undertaking

Warners Mixes

Reading the comments on Avalanches songs is a joy in itself

Paperbagman555

This song is euphoric - one of the more memorable tracks off a great album

shinryohji

The Avalanches aren't a band or artists. They are a school of music scientists and engineers paid by a wealthy philanthropist to save humanity through the classiest, coolest and doppest collages of samples ever done by a living being.

Sgt. Pepper

you can always expect youtube comment section to have cringeworthy garbage like this

Dennis The Five Star Man

you sound like a fucking loser

Findingzen禅

Yes❤

RAQUEL GARCIA

this reminds me of summertime when i would sit outside on the porch with my friend

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