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Early Morning Wake Up Call (Flash and the Pan) · Work Work Work (Pub, Club, Sleep) Pt.2 (The Rakes) · Wake Up! Wake Up! (Everyday Sunday) · This Woman's Work, Vol. 2 [Extended Edition] (Kate Bush) · Work and Non Work (Broadcast) · Work This, Vol. 4: Club NRG Work Out (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Work and Non Work (Broadcast) · Work This, Vol. 3: Club NRG Work Out (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Work This, Vol. 2: Club NRG Work Out (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Work and Non Work (Broadcast) – and 90 other albums »


I know you got work pretty early, I'll be around by 3:30
Usually you're done one, so baby when I wake you up

Just let me rock, sex you back
sons one thing you will learn,
For everything the north gives, it exacts a price in return."
They worked side by side in the orchards
From morning
Early morning traffic jam, 
Wake up call for both of them, 
Will work to eat 
Asks easy street for small change.

And which one needs it more,
Wake up early morning, brushing up my teeth
Light my cigarette, with a cup of coffee
Ride my bicycle, studio is waiting you
This is my everyday's
sons one thing you will learn,
For everything the north gives, it exacts a price in return."
They worked side by side in the orchards
From morning
I want to be there in the morning, I want to wake up by your side.
If I can make it back I'll be there, if I can catch the early flight.
I'll bring
my own way
By turnin' a couple of jobs in some ladies' backyard I averaged about a dollar a day
I wake up early each morning and before I started on my
Wake up early in the morning
I got you on my mind
Even a simple phone call would suit me just fine

Tears, tears and more tears
I can't help but
my own way
By turnin' a couple of jobs in some ladies' backyard I averaged about a dollar a day
I wake up early each morning and before I started on my
I want to be there in the morning, I want to wake up by your side.
If I can make it back I'll be there, if I can catch the early flight.
I'll bring
the work of his day measures more than the planting and growing

Let it grow, let it grow, greatly yield.
What shall we say, shall we call it by a name,
own way
By turnin' a couple of jobs in some ladies backyard
I averaged about a dollar a day

I wake up early each morning
And before I started
of youth my mother took sick
And I was brought up by my brother

The iron ore poured as the years passed the door
The drag lines an' the shovels they was
of youth
My mother took sick
And I was brought up by my brother

The iron ore poured
As the years passed the door
The drag lines an' the shovels was
of youth my mother took sick
And I was brought up by my brother

The iron ore poured as the years passed the door
The drag lines an' the shovels they was
Verse 1
If I die tonight
What would I do
On my last day
I know I'd wake early
In the morn' for crack
Of dawn's last pray
Then prolly go for breakfast
Musik und Text: Remmler/Kralle

I wake up in the morning find myself again alone
And then and then
I fix myself my breakfast in my kitchen on my own
three black men)
It's just a day in the life (of three black men)

Day one

I wake up to the sun in the morning at the Justice hour
Refinement is in
it, sleeping in it 
You wake up in the morning, what do you see? 
The road 

Life is a road, it's a motorway 
Lost a lot of good friends along
that as it may,
Early in the morning you could hear his father say:

[Chorus:]
Wee Jack, Jack get up, no more time for sleeping,
Wee Jack, Jack get
hell!
Penalized by apathy
And living in the world of fantasy.
Dancing on hot coal, waiting for the last call,
It's adam's ball, eve's call.

Wake
Wake'em! Wake'em up now!
Wake'em! Wake'em up now!
Wake'em! Wake'em up now!
Wake'em! Wake'em up now!

Hopped up out the grave, good morning!
I been sleeping
swear I'll never call you bitch again, hey)

I wake up early in the mornin', at the crack of dawn
Nigga still tired so I'm yawnin', and now I'm gone
tryin' to get by
In this city tonight
Because I know it's right, yeah
One day you will all wake up
From the American dream
American dream

Late
trying to explain
I need a penny to call my baby

Now I want to tell you when I wake up in the morning
And I find now baby I'm all by myself
I feel so