"A Day in the Life" as written by and Wiseman/nicholson....
I'm up and out the door before the sun comes up
Spillin' coffee, banging gears in my pickup truck
Racing every red light, getting to the jobsite
Bossman hollerin', boys you're burnin' daylight
Sweatin' through a hard hat lunch in a brown sack
Swing a hammer all day tryin' to get the bills paid

Oh Oh, just a working man makin' his way
Oh Oh, but you'll never hear me complain
There's a whole lot to it but I gotta get through it
So I'll do it til i get it done
Just a day in the life of an 8 to 5, get it right
Nail drivin' law abidin' hard workin' son of a gun

Yeah when 5 o'clock come I'm burnin' up the road
Haul it home shower down slick it up gotta go
There's a roadside dancehall just about nightfall
That's the place to be why'all women waitin' wall to wall
Wearin' out the two step maybe learn a new step
Crawlin' home by daylight get back to the jobsite

Oh Oh, just a working man makin' his way
Oh Oh, but you'll never hear me complain
There's a whole lot to it but I gotta get through it
So I'll do it til i get it done
Just a day in the life of a dance floor dynamo
Honky Tonk Romeo, 8 to 5 get it right nail drivin'
Law abidin' good timin' hard workin
Easy lovin' son of a gun

Oh Oh, just a working man makin' his way
Oh Oh, but you'll never hear me complain
I know I'm burnin' both ends again and again
But a man's gotta have his fun
Another day in the life of a dance floor dynamo
Honky Tonk Romeo, 8 to 5 get it right nail drivin'
Law abidin' good timin' hard workin
Easy lovin' son of a gun

Another day in the life of a dance floor dynamo
Honky Tonk Romeo, 8 to 5 get it right nail drivin'
Law abidin' good timin' hard workin
Easy lovin' son of a gun


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