"Work (Demo)" as written by and James Christopher/burch Adkins....
If you only once would let me
Only just one time
Then be happy with the consequence
With whatever's gonna happen tonight
Don't think we're not serious
When's it ever not
The love we make is give and it's take
I'm game to play along

All I can say I should say
Can we take a ride?
Get out of this place while we still have time

The best DJs are saving their slowest song for last
When the dance is through it's me and you
Come on, would it really be so bad
The things we think may be the same
But I won't fight for more
It's just not me to wear it on my sleeve
Count on that for sure

All I can say I should have said
Can we take a ride?
Get out of this place while we still have time
You want to take a ride?
Get out of this place while we still have time
We still have time

Can't say I was never wrong
But some blame rests on you
Work and play they're never okay to mix
The way we do

All I can say I should have said
Can we take a ride?
Get out of this place while we still have time
You want to take a ride?
Get out of this place while we still have time
We still have time


Lyrics submitted by WARADE

"Work" as written by Richard E Burch James Christopher Adkins

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    General CommentWay better in my opinion. If you look at the 2 (demo and album) you can see that they slightly tie in.

    "Oh my God I'm never wrong
    Thats why I'm alone" - Demo

    and
    "Can't say I was never wrong" - Album
    this shows maybe that something happened in his life before recording the album version to make him change the lyric. Then in the line

    "Work and play they're never ok to mix
    To mix the way we do" - Album

    and
    "Work and play, I'm never mixing the two
    And so should you" - Demo
    seems weird, almost like the demo should be Work PT 1, and then PT 2 should be the album version.
    WARADEon April 07, 2007   Link

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