Family Force 5 – Paycheck

By Brandon J. on March-20-2012 | Filed under Music Videos | Tags : , , , , , | Share

Check out the new music video from Family Force 5 for their song “Paycheck” below.

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6 Responses to 'Family Force 5 – Paycheck'

  1. JoshIVM says:


  2. Iaya97 says:

    I think it’s a fun video and song. Cheesy, sure, but fun.

  3. jthejust says:

    Doesn’t work for me.

  4. Sam says:

    You guys do know this song is about people hit by the recession, right? I actually think this is one of their better recent songs, and the video’s not bad either.

  5. Wade says:

    I haven’t been a huge Family Force 5 fan since their first full length album, but I think this song is much better than some of their other new music. I personally don’t get into this particular style of theirs. I think though, when listening to this song, it’s all to easy to focus on the lines “get you money, get your paycheck” then the actual message of the rest of the song. Which is what I initially did. I wanted to slam these guys for making such a “materialistic” instead of realizing this song is for people who have hit hard times and is empathizing with them. That being said, I would like to hear more of a Christian message coming from these guys, I work in a Christian book store, we have these guys on the shelves, and I would like that message to be a little more clear. It doesn’t have to be over the top, handing out a gospel tract to somebody, but some lyrics with a little more substance.


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