"Hands of A Working Man" as written by and David Vincent/collins Williams....
At the local diner, just outside of town
He comes in an hour early
Just to beat the morning crowd
He stares out the window
And stirs his coffee cup
Another day, another dollar
Short of catching up

Same old job, same old dull routine
But in his heart, he knows what it brings

A two bedroom house
For his family of three
He's giving his all, making ends meet
A second hand car, a washing machine
They may not have much
But he gets what they need
With the hands of a working man

Down at the factory, standing in line
He waits to punch the time clock
A million worries on his mind
Oh, Jimmy's needing braces
And Betty's needing time
And the problems that he's facing
They're all building up inside

Same old job, same old dull routine
But in his heart, he knows what it brings

A two bedroom house
For his family of three
He's giving his all, making ends meet
A second hand car, a washing machine
They don't have much
But he gets what they need
With the hands of a working man

Same old job, same old dull routine
But in his heart, he knows what it brings

A two bedroom house
For his family of three
He's giving his all, making ends meet
A second hand car, a washing machine
They don't have much
But he gets what they need
With the hands of a working man
With the hands of a working man


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"Hands of a Working Man" as written by Jim Collins David Vincent Williams

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Downtown Music Publishing

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