5 Music Hits with Trust Law Lyrics

Music artists have been historically wrong about the intent of a trust or role of a trustee. If only they knew how certain types of trusts can protect music copyrights.

That aside, it is fun to see major hits calling out trusts. Here are a few songs that mention a trustee or trust:

  1. Trust Fund Baby” by Why Don’t We – This song is about a person who comes from a wealthy family and has a trust fund.
  2. Fortunate Son” by Creedence Clearwater Revival – This song talks about how people who are born into privilege and wealth have an easier path in life, and mentions “trust fund kings.”
  3. Rich Girl” by Hall & Oates – This song is about a wealthy woman who has a trust fund and doesn’t need to work for a living.
  4. Ain’t No Rest for the Wicked” by Cage the Elephant – This song mentions a “rich old man” who has a trust fund and still works because he enjoys it.
  5. “Money Trees” by Kendrick Lamar – This song talks about the desire for wealth and financial security, and mentions “trust funds for the kids.”

It’s important to note that in many of these songs, the mention of a trust or trustee is simply a reference to wealth rather than a specific legal term. That aside, there are many other reasons to have a trust that are far more significant than monetary issues.