"Working Class Whore" as written by James Paul Iii Cherry, Scott Radinsky, Mike Harder, Tyler Rebbe and Jordan Lieberman....
I can feel the pressure coming down
From all around so many deadlines to meet
Life has gotten crazy again
So many people counting on me
I keep my nose pressed to the grindstone
I find comfort there I work for a living
And I get it done I don't have a moment to spare.
You think you've got me figured out
Well there's not really to much more
I work for a living and I get it done
I'm just another working class whore.
I put in the over time on this corporate ladder
Climb I'm respected inside these wall's
I make my journey home watch tv all alone
Outside I'm nothing so many times
I wish I could make a difference in this world
But I work for a living and I get it done
I just do as I am told you think
You've got me figured out
Well there's not really to much more
I work for a living and I get it done
I'm just another working class whore.
Day in day out same old thing
I'm a slave to this grind for all the work I do
To keep myself ahead
I wonder what I leave behind.
Rent, water, power, phone,
Insurance to pay on health, life auto and home.
I wake up old and I won't fit the mold
I'll be out on my own.
I'm just another working class whore.






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"Working Class Whore" as written by Jordan Lieberman James Paul Iii Cherry

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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