"Employer's Market" as written by and Adam Tyler Lohrbach....
Now I've been workin' at this company for three years,
You think by then that I'd earned some respect.
But the company is run by high corporate fagots.
Who're only interested in gaining more profit.

And when I thought I wasn't getting my fair share,
And I asked for a bigger cut of the wealth,
They just told me to think again,
And said that they could find someone else.

Employer's market nah they don't give a shit.
Still at this company for the fourth year
Guess I'm too lazy to find a better job.

Maybe I'll see if k-marts' still hirin,
Or get an application at Jack-in-the-Box.
And when I got caught out to lunch early,
I got a lecture for 10 min long and then he fired me right there at 1:30.
That's what inspired me to write this song.


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"Employer's Market" as written by Adam Tyler Lohrbach

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    General CommentThank god they did , FUCK part-time jobs .
    NIKKIEon April 27, 2003   Link
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    General Commentha this is prolly one of their coolest songs.. It just is a realtic look on how unimportant an individual is to a company. Especially part time. I mean, what could he do? He asked for a raise and they said no. He could leave this job he knew and start somewhere else at prolly a lower pay, and suffer the same problem. That's what sucks about not getting a college degree in America.
    MustKilltheWeakon May 31, 2006   Link

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