"Luxury" as written by and Mick/richards Jagger....
I want a real fine car, fly Miami too
And all the rum, I’m gonna drink it, and all the whiskey too
My woman need a new dress, my daughter got to go to school
And I’ve been working so hard, working for the company
Yeah I’ve been working so hard, keep you in the luxury

You can't call me lazy on a seven day a week
Making million for the Texans, twenty dollar me, lord
Yes, I want a gold ring, riding in a limousine
And I’ve been working so hard, working for the company
And I’ve been working so hard, keep you in the luxury

Now listen, I'm a proud man, not no beggar in the street
And I’ve been working so hard, keep you from the poverty
And I’ve been so hard to keep you in the luxury, ohh yeah

I think it's such a strange thing, it's giving me concern
Half the world it got nothing, the other half got money to burn
My mother need a new dress, my daughter got to go to school
And I’ve been working so hard, working for the company, ohh yeah
Working so hard, working so hard

Working on a Sunday in refinery
Making millions for the Texans, twenty dollar me
All the rum, I’m gonna drink it, but you got responsibility
And I’ve been working so hard to keep you from the poverty, ohh yeah
Working so hard, working for the company


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