"All In a Day's Work" as written by Mark O. Everett and Kelly Logsdon....
When I was born
The doctor said
There's something wrong
Inside that baby head
When I was a boy
In Sunday school
I told them all
That they were fools

All in a day's work
To live and breathe
A sight to see
And so it goes

I went into
The fortune teller's
She wouldn't read
My horoscope
I go into
The laundromat
The people all
Buy extra soap

All in a day's work
To live and breathe
A sight to see
All in a day's work
To live and breathe
A sight to see


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"All in a Day's Work" as written by Mark O. Everett Kelly Logsdon

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    General CommentThis song, according to E, is about how he was sent to Sunday School when he was a boy.
    Snuffyon March 13, 2005   Link
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    General Commentsounds like it's about how he didn't fit in and everyone thought badly of him.
    stegemreealion June 07, 2007   Link

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