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of all those who paid

Hold your mother's memory
She was always there for you, but now she's gone

The longest day will it ever end
How long can men behave
of lard
I would buy more but the times is too hard
And I don't see why I have to work so hard
I can live off the chickens in my neighbor's yard

I got
say
We used to dance the night away

Me and my sister me and my brother
We used to walk down by the river
Mama lives in Mandeville
I can hardly
all right
Through the longest night
Just silence everything

But we could live by the foot of the mountain
We could clear us a yard in the back
all right
Through the longest night
Just silence everything

But we could live by the foot of the mountain
We could clear us a yard in the back
river by moonlight
And never were heard from again

If I had my live to live over
I'd have gone to work that day
Instead of going into town
a steady homing beam
Our ears are balked by stiffled moans
And howls of desolation from the throats of sisters, brother, wild men
Clawing at the gates for
heart was so bad
Too scared to look in your face
Oh, if only I had

And is it alright
If I stay here all night
By the shoreline

I cannot believe
I live my life to please myself
Don't worry about nobody else
If you love the life you live, live it all by yourself

I go to work, yes every day
what we say
We used to dance the night away
Me and my sister me and my brother
We used to walk down by the river

Mama lives in mandeville
I can
living in a poor man's house

He arrives at nine as the work bell's ringing
And he hits the grind but his heart is singing, yeah

Some men live for
the firing line
There's a foreman standing on a bridge of iron
And the men walk across it to go back to work
In their monday morning shirts
And they don't
from Missouri 
Fought for the gray and Quantril
Caught up by the battle and the fury 
Back when just living was hell 

After the battle was over
the morning light the water in the branch
We ride along four men strong together
Every plain and ridge is our heritage the Ponderosa ranch

Day by day work
for so long now he wouldn't know how to talk to men outside
And though it's the life he lives for he fears the day the gates swing open wide

This is
Stoller
That's the sound of the men working on the chain gang
That's the sound of the men working on the chain gang
All day long they work so hard till
tend to stride]
A warm and gentle breeze at night.
--[accept awards throughout our lives,
---to make young lovers intertwine]
Bereft, you are
Younger men don't seem to need a purpose
They just stand and fight for anybody's cause
And older men see livin' as a circus
The ones who stand up
here belong, and standing strong, wrong ain't got a chance .

Day by day, work or play, ready side by side 
Hello friend, come on in, the gate is open
Vanzetti spoke both day and night,
Told the workers how to fight.

I'll tell you if you ask me
'Bout this payroll robbery;
Two clerks was killed by
(Dolly Parton)

He's a go getter, go getter 
When his wife gets off from work, he'll go get her 
Now I've got a neighbor that lives down the road
houses dim their sliding
To the same soot gray style
And we hang our laundry out on Sundays
When they turn the furnaces off

Everybody's daddy works up
, the morning light, water in the branch
We ride along four men strong together
Every plain and ridge is our heritage Ponderosa Ranch

Day by day, work or play,
the Men In Black, Men In Black
They won't let you remember

Aha, aha
Now, From the deepest of the darkest night
On the horizon, bright light enters sight
fool
But through these objections we find in our lives
A glare a day the darkest night

Oh, children grow, some women produce
Some men they work