· Provided to YouTube by Third Man Records/ColumbiaHoney, We Can't Afford to Look This Cheap · The White StripesJack White Acoustic Recordings - ℗
Recorded in Nashville where the White Stripes worked on their Icky Thump album, "Honey, We Can't Afford to Look This Cheap" was used as the B-side to their "Conquest" single. Jack White wrote the song after moving to Nashville in and discovering a strange culture where musicians and songwriters put on airs in order to make headway.
· F C F Well, honey, we can't afford to look this cheap. Verse 3: F We have to keep up appearances as long as we can C There's too much to lose, our social status, well, our ice machine, and our ceiling fan Bb C Bb And if they find out that we ain't real songwriters that we go Dutch on cigarette lighters F C F We're gonna lose the paradise that's.
The Song: "Honey, We Can't Afford To Look This Cheap" is a White Stripes b-side. Beck produced it in his living room, along with the other b-sides on the "Conquest" single. Jack White plays piano, Meg White drums, and Beck adds slide guitar to their group. Sweet!
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