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Forty Hour Week (For A Livin')

Dans le style de

Alabama

Paroles

there are people
in this country
who work hard
every day

not for fame or
fortune
do they strive
but the fruits of
their labor
are worth more than
their pay

and it's time a few of
them were
recognized
hello detroit
autoworker
let me thank you
for your time

you work a
forty-hour week
for a livin'
just to send it on
down the line

hello pittsburgh
steel mill worker
let me thank you
for your time

you work a
forty-hour week
for a livin'
just to send it on
down the line

this is for the one
who swings
the hammer
drivin' home a nail
for the one behind
the counter
ringin' up the sales

for the one who
fights the fires
the one who brings
the mail
for everyone who
works behind
the scenes

you can see them
every mornin'
in the factories
and the fields
in the city streets
and the quiet
country towns

workin' together
like spokes
inside a wheel
they keep
this country
turnin' around

hello kansas
wheat field farmer
let me thank you
for your time

you work a
forty-hour week
for a livin'
just to send it on
down the line

hello west virginia
coal miner
let me thank you
for your time

you work a
forty-hour week
for a livin'
just to send it on
down the line

this is for the one
who drives the big rig
up and down the road
for the one out
in the warehouse
bringin' in the load

for the waitress
the mechanic
the policeman
on patrol

for everyone who
works behind
the scenes
with a spirit you can't
replace with no
machine

hello america
let me thank you
for your time

D�tails

  • Dur�e : 3:14
  • Tonalit� : E
  • Genre : Country
  • Ann�e de lancement : 1985
  • Langue : Anglais

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