Dedicated to the working man
Workin' Man Blues
a big job just gettin' by with nine
kids and a wife, I been a workin'
man dang near all my life.
And I'll be workin' as long as my two
hands are fit to use. I'll drink my beer
in the tavern, sing a little bit of these
workin' man blues.
keep my nose on the grindstone,
I work hard every day and might get a
little tired on the weekend, after
I draw my pay, but I'll go back workin',
morning I'll be right back
with the crew. I'll drink my beer in a tavern,
sing a little bit of these workin' man blues.
hey the working man, the working
man like me. I ain't never been on
welfare, that's one place I won't be,
be working, as long as my
two hands are fit to use. I'll drink a little
beer in a tavern, sing a little bit of these
working man blues.
I think about leavin', do a
little bummin around, I wanna throw
my bills out the window, catch a train to
another town. But I go back workin'
I gotta buy
my kids a brand new pair
of shoes. Yeah drink a little beer in a
tavern, cry a little bit of these workin'
let's not forget the domestic
engineers, who cook, clean, raise
the kids, and in general work
every waking hour!
on the week end.....
party time, (if you're able)
you do for a living
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