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Heather and I sang and Matt did everything else! Check out more of his work at www.mattmancid.de.

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released December 11, 2013

Written by Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe © 1987

Backing vocals by Heather Alden of Faded Paper Figures www.fadedpaperfigures.com
Design by Dave Pasciuto www.davpunk.com
Mastered by Resonance Mastering www.resonancemastering.com

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80s synthpop is in my blood.

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Track Name: Rent (Radio Edit)
You dress me up, I'm your puppet
You buy me things, I love it
You bring me food, I need it
You give me love, I feed it

And look at the two of us
In sympathy with everything we see
I never want anything
It's easy
You buy whatever I need

But look at my hopes
Look at my dreams
The currency we've spent
I love you
You pay my rent

You phone me in the evening on hearsay
And bought me caviar
You took me to a restaurant off Broadway
To tell me who you are

We never ever argue
We never calculate
The currency we've spent
I love you
You pay my rent

And look at the two of us
In sympathy and sometimes ecstasy
Words mean so little and money less
When you're lying next to me.
Track Name: Rent (Club Mix)
You dress me up, I'm your puppet
You buy me things, I love it
You bring me food, I need it
You give me love, I feed it

And look at the two of us
In sympathy with everything we see
I never want anything
It's easy
You buy whatever I need

But look at my hopes
Look at my dreams
The currency we've spent
I love you
You pay my rent

You phone me in the evening on hearsay
And bought me caviar
You took me to a restaurant off Broadway
To tell me who you are

We never ever argue
We never calculate
The currency we've spent
I love you
You pay my rent

And look at the two of us
In sympathy and sometimes ecstasy
Words mean so little and money less
When you're lying next to me.
Track Name: Rent (Acoustic)
You dress me up, I'm your puppet
You buy me things, I love it
You bring me food, I need it
You give me love, I feed it

And look at the two of us
In sympathy with everything we see
I never want anything
It's easy
You buy whatever I need

But look at my hopes
Look at my dreams
The currency we've spent
I love you
You pay my rent

You phone me in the evening on hearsay
And bought me caviar
You took me to a restaurant off Broadway
To tell me who you are

We never ever argue
We never calculate
The currency we've spent
I love you
You pay my rent

And look at the two of us
In sympathy and sometimes ecstasy
Words mean so little and money less
When you're lying next to me.
Track Name: Rent (Original Mix)
You dress me up, I'm your puppet
You buy me things, I love it
You bring me food, I need it
You give me love, I feed it

And look at the two of us
In sympathy with everything we see
I never want anything
It's easy
You buy whatever I need

But look at my hopes
Look at my dreams
The currency we've spent
I love you
You pay my rent

You phone me in the evening on hearsay
And bought me caviar
You took me to a restaurant off Broadway
To tell me who you are

We never ever argue
We never calculate
The currency we've spent
I love you
You pay my rent

And look at the two of us
In sympathy and sometimes ecstasy
Words mean so little and money less
When you're lying next to me.
Track Name: Rent (Club Edit)
You dress me up, I'm your puppet
You buy me things, I love it
You bring me food, I need it
You give me love, I feed it

And look at the two of us
In sympathy with everything we see
I never want anything
It's easy
You buy whatever I need

But look at my hopes
Look at my dreams
The currency we've spent
I love you
You pay my rent

You phone me in the evening on hearsay
And bought me caviar
You took me to a restaurant off Broadway
To tell me who you are

We never ever argue
We never calculate
The currency we've spent
I love you
You pay my rent

And look at the two of us
In sympathy and sometimes ecstasy
Words mean so little and money less
When you're lying next to me.