You can leave, but it’s going to cost you By Marvin Gaye
This song is off of Gaye’s widely forgotten yet controversial record “Here, my dear”. An album he made as a divorce settlement with his estranged wife. I could go into the whole story but it would just be poorly rehashed so here’s a direct link to the wiki page that explains everything. I suggest reading it, as it’s very interesting story:
I wish I knew more about “behind the scenes” music shit cause it would be fun to create a compilation of the best albums ever made out of pure spite. I’d imagine there are some awesome stories behind those album.