"Shiftwork" as written by Craig Scanlon and Mark E Smith....
She's ten to five
But I'm shiftwork
And my woman alive
Shiftwork

Shiftwork
I thought shiftwork would work
But it's good as broken us apart

Lights flash over me
Twenty-four hour bulb
I'm just home for tea
But she's in work mode

Shiftwork
Shiftwork
And they will shake you by the hands
For shiftwork
But being abandoned by your woman
Is the price for shiftwork

Shiftwork
Shiftwork
Shiftwork
Shiftwork, you let me down
Gave me a hard heart
You just cracked my mind
You split us apart
Shiftwork

Shiftwork
Shiftwork
Raise your wages per year one grand
By shiftwork
But I can see me go, go, going from this land
Because of shiftwork

Shiftwork
I don't give her a chance
She gets the the morning rant
Gets in at eleven
Doing overtime
I'm going out at the time
Just to hang out with a woman who was my...

Shiftwork
She was ten to five
But I'm shiftwork
And that woman that once was mine
It's just shiftwork

Shiftwork
Shiftwork
Now, now, now, now, now, now, now, now, now, now

Shiftwork
Now, now, now, now, now, now, now, now, now, now
Shiftwork
Now, now, now, now, now, now, now, now, now, now

Shiftwork
Now, now, now, now, now, now, now, now, now, now
Shiftwork
Now, now, now, now

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"Shiftwork" as written by Mark E Smith Craig Scanlon

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