"A Day's Work For the Dayo's Done" as written by and Eddie/daly Lundon....
Caution are a family man
Attending to business
His best he can
Mrs. Miss Adventurer, say
Check for one million in the post today
In like a dream come true
Only ourselves to please
We then can hold on to
These precious things

We are not rich
We are not poor
We never stand tall
On what we know
And every day
Will mean the same
To those we love
We raise our voice

Irish whiskey and a table for two
On troublesome occasion
The best thing to do
Take advantage of myself and my time
I don't give up easily
What is rightly mine

We are not rich
We are not poor
We never stand tall
On what we know

Caution are a family man
Attending to business
His best he can
Mrs. Miss Adventurer, say
Check for one million in the post today

Caution are a family man
Protecting his interest
His best he can
Mrs. Miss Adventurer, say
He will buy his wealthy in the world today
In like a dream come true
Only ourselves to please
And I can hold on to
These precious things

We are not rich
We are not poor
We never stand tall
On what we know
And every day
Will mean the same
To those we love
We raise our voice


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"A Day's Work for the Dayo's Done" as written by Eddie Lundon Brian Dykes Mc Neil

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing

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