"Work Is Never Done" as written by David Hyde, David Craig, Barry Hyde and Ross Millard....
The city's getting bigger but everybody slowly moves away
Your accents gets thicker
The plot is getting thinner every day and planes are getting higher
The oil is getting deep below our feet
The sun is on fire
At least that is the word out on the street

[Chorus]
The dust will never settle, we're always on the run
The dust will never settle
Work is never done

The lights are burning brighter
Everybody has a number and a price
This tide is getting higher
We're all drowning in a world of good advice
You believe in short of nothing
Cause nothing cannot be taken away
The sun is on fire and this city will be gone within a day
This city will be gone within a day

[Chorus: x2]

Go from here
I'll take you down
Take you deeper out of town
If we ever make it out of here
I love this city but it's burning to the ground
It's burning to the ground

The dust will never settle, we're always on the run
The dust will never settle

[Chorus]

Work is never done
Work is never
Work is never done


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"Work Is Never Done" as written by David Craig Barry Hyde

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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