Six in the morning, don’t want to wake
Sun laying low and the world sleeping late
Hate like the river, runs heavy and deep
Oh I wish that they’d sack me and leave me to sleep

Five days from seven the week’s hardly mine
The alarm clock’s gone over to enemy lines
Waste my time working for cowards and creeps
Oh I wish that they’d sack me and leave me to sleep

Rain strikes the window, heralds the day
Rain won’t you wash these eight hours away?
Rain feeds the river, runs heavy and deep
Oh I wish that they’d sack me and leave me to sleep

Birds at my window sing in the dawn
By the time that I’m home all this day will be gone
Spend my life sowing what others will reap
Oh I wish that they’d sack me and leave me to sleep

Rain strikes the window, heralds the day
Rain won’t you wash these eight hours away?
Rain feeds the river, runs heavy and deep
Oh I wish that they’d sack me and leave me to sleep

Rain strikes the window, heralds the day
Rain won’t you wash these eight hours away?
Rain feeds the river, runs heavy and deep
Oh I wish that they’d sack me and leave me to sleep

Rain strikes the window, heralds the day
Rain won’t you wash these eight hours away?
Rain feeds the river, runs heavy and deep
Oh I wish that they’d sack me and leave me to sleep


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