Sacred Songs or Stupid Songs!

In one Indian language, a hyper-grace prosperity preacher sang a song he composed: “Come money, come to me running, come to me dancing.” Obviously, it was the theme of his preaching. He tried to convince his hearers that money is important, so Lord sent Peter to pick up a fish with a silver coin in its mouth. He said believers should invite money by singing his song. Should Christians sing songs having ‘money’ as the theme and focus, that too inviting money? Always Christians sing inviting the Lord, His Spirit, and not the money. When covetousness replaces holiness, a money song becomes the norm and even a hit song.
God or Mammon: Lord Jesus Christ taught that there are only two choices: God or Mammon. (Matthew 6:24) The word mammon is an evil influence and false object of worship.
Worship song: The whole congregation sings unto the Lord, not just the worship team or choir. (II Chronicles 29:28)
Song of thanks: People of God sing thanking God for his faithfulness, accompanied by musical instruments. (Psalms 147:7) Those who have accepted the Lord have a grateful heart.
Rejoicing: Songs of joy, praise, and thanks are part of Christian worship. (Psalms 98:4-5) The joy of salvation, knowing the Lord, and eternal hope are themes of joyful songs.
Commitment and consecration: Believers consecrate themselves to the Lord. (Psalms 111:1) “Take my life and let it be consecrated to you…,” written by Frances Ridley Havergal (1836-1879) is a beautiful example.
Edification: In the congregation, singing and teaching are to admonish one another. (Colossians 3:16) Many people learn the truth by listening to songs.
Evangelism: New songs are sung to declare the glory of God so that those who hear them will trust in the Lord. (Psalms 40:3) Evangelistic songs invite sinners to repent and believe in Lord Jesus Christ.
Preservation of faith: One generation shall praise, sing, and declare the mighty acts of God to the next generation. (Psalms 145:4-5) The Most Holy Faith is handed to the next generation.
Do I flee covetousness and embrace holiness.?