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never look back 
Just the man that kept the hammer in his back
Rubics interduced me to Black and Forte
Dj Enough on avenue Kay I go back a long way,
The Bends
Back when Granny used to tell me "Stay Out of In"
Blaming cold air out, tryna know my whereabouts
Gone for three days and nobody ever heard about
Listen boys and girls
About the other world
It's just a day job
Night job
Odd job
Nose job
Hand job
Blow job
Rack job
Snow job
Your daydream's aren't forever
Better get your shit together
For a new game

Back to your hometown
Back to your day job
Back to your girlfriend
the end
One day leading to another
Get up go out do it again

Then it's back where you started
Here we go round again
Back where you started
This job ain't worth the pay
Can't wait 'til the end of the day
Honey, I'm on my way
Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey!

Honey, I'm home and I had a hard day
Pour me
been a coal miner all my life
Layin' down track in a hole
Got a back like ironwood, bent by the wind
Blood veins as blue as the coal [Repeat x2]
had a hard day
Pour me a cold one and oh, by the way
Rub my feet, gimme something to eat
Fix me up my favorite treat
Honey, I'm back, my head's
I need a break from this job and this angry boss man
Some coconut lotion, a chair by the ocean
Just kick back and take it all in

Yeah I got
As merry as the days were long 
I was right and you were wrong 

Back at the old grey school 
I would win and you would lose 

But you've got
'Cause I don't own no money tree and very little lam
But I said mama don't you cry I'll get a job up fore the day's gone by
I don't know where though

In the hard country
Making a living by the sweat of my brow
Hard country
Looking at the world from the back of a plow

Brother took a job in
the clock struck nine
Down in the unemployment line

Now every day you've got to fight the horde
Just to read what's on the bulletin board
When you go back
I got a Radiohead, now they call me a creep.
I parachute on a cold day, when I Coldplay the streets.
I'm dying to be famous, like both of J-lo's ass
I bought a scooter and I rented a shack
Out in the sun, by the railroad track
I got a job and I'm a-breakin' my back
Workin' and workin' for
and feelin' my pain and 
Watchin' my back while I strive to maintain and 
Makin' love like a medicine doctor 
I knew that she was bad from the day that I
say if it was me"

One of these days, I'm gonna have to grow up
Have to get real jobs and be adult some day, just not today
Have to worry
what you pay for
From the odd job man

One day this dude drives in the station
And I slide out to the pump
And he says, " I need some odd jobs done
Down this road there's an old brick house
My mama cried the day that I moved out
And my first summer job was pumpin' gas and fixin' flats
Did you stop to think, when we moved by the sea?
When the seasons changed
(When the seasons changed)
They changed for a reason,
I'm not talking
And the gamblin' commissioner's hangin' on by the skin of his teeth.
Everything dies, baby that's a fact
But maybe everything that dies some day comes back.
walked out on my job about a week ago and now I'm sleepin' in a telephone booth
But I'm a gonna be the richest guy around the day you say you're mine

They gave him his card, said, things are slack
We've got a machine can learn the knack
Of doing your job, so don't come back
The end of my old man
walked out on my job about a week ago and now I'm sleepin' in a telephone booth
But I'm a gonna be the richest guy around the day you say you're mine

It's a big job just gettin' by with nine kids and a wife
But I've been workin' man, dang near all my life but I'll keep workin'
Long as my two