"The Business" as written by William Daniel Graziadel Iv, Robert Scott Hambel, Evan Seinfeld and Daniel Schuler....
I got a glorified leather lunch box
I got an old set of shoes, but a new pair of socks
I got a tie, barely matches my suit
But at the end of the day I'm coming over to see you

Working so hard not to scuff my toes
Where all this paper money goes, lord only knows
And all of these orders coming down from above
But it's gonna be worth it for a little bit of love.

I'm in business
I'm into the business, I am working for some man.
I'm in business, and honey, don't you want me now?
I got a big brand new Cadillac of a plan

The boss is like your daddy, and the view's like your ma
I can't even tell you all the blues that I saw
I can't even tell you all the blood that I seen
But for a taste of your love, I'll go through any machine

I got a glorified leather lunch box
I got an old set of shoes, but a new pair of socks
I got a tie, barely matching my suit
But at the end of the day, I'm coming over to see you

I'm into the business
I am working for some man.
I'm in business, and honey, don't you want me now?
I got a big brand new Cadillac of a plan


Lyrics submitted by XDKyleHU, edited by demyelinated

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