Cash Grab Complications On The Matter
By: Jack White

Original Performance: The White Stripes
Written by: Jack White

  1. Cash Grab Complications On The Matter (3:38)
    Available on Conquest.
    Recorded at: Beck's House
    Meg White: Drums, Maracas
    Adam Moseley: Engineer
    Jack White: Foot Stomp, Guitar (Electric), Piano, Producer, Vocals
    Beck Hansen: Hand Claps, Producer
Cash Grab Complications On The Matter [Version (a)]:

You tiptoed to me as naked as a bone
Beautiful and canvas-blank lily-white now
And just lookin' for a home
Yeah and without trying to praise you
Well I feel like I could raise you as my own

There's a duty to this loneliness
The good of everyone involved
And you're blind to my homeliness
One less mystery to solve
And the rest will be explained to you
As our bodies begin to evolve

What gave me this power to construct you
Your guess is as good as mine
If you'd like me to return you
To the stones from which I brought you
Well you have to do your time

But for now, put down the gun
Start having fun
Forget the sun turning
And you will keep burning
As you melt into my mind
The Song:

This explosive song is one of the 3 White Stripes b-sides that Beck produced in his living room. Beck doesn't play anything on this track, but I think he does join in on the handclaps.