I found the following sentence on the internet. "I need money, and money, I need." It is what a young girl was saying. (She was talking to herself.) Her parent put it down in writing.
Since the verb "need" is a transitive verb essentially, the second "need" is supposed to have an object, but it does not. I would like to know why.
Question: Assuming the second "money" is not pronounced strongly, which option is appropriate?
(a) The reason the object is missing is similar to the reason the following lyrics lack objects . (Purpose: To reduce redundancy.)
"I need you I need you I need I need you baby I need I need I need I need I need I need you baby"
Link to the song: https://showlyrics.net/call-me-song-lyrics-2.html
(b) The object moved before the subject < I > for topicalization or something.
(c) Both (a) and (b) are likely.
(d) None of the above.
===postscript=== I asked this question in order to know whether or not the given sentence can be a poetic expression. The answers here enlightened me much!