"The Dirty Jobs" as written by and Pete Townshend....
I am a man who looks after the pigs
Usually I get along okay
I am man who reveals all he digs,
Should be more careful what I say

I'm getting put down,
I'm getting pushed round,
I'm being beaten every day
My life's fading,
But things are changing,
I'm not gonna sit and weep again

I am man who drives a local bus
I take miners to work, but the pits all closed today
It's easy to see that you are one of us
Ain't it funny how we all seem to look the same?

We're getting put down

My karma tells me
You've been screwed again
If you let them do it to you
You've got yourself to blame
It's you who feels the pain
It's you that takes the shame

I am a young man
I ain't done very much,
You men should remember how we used to fight
Just like a child, I've been seeing only dreams,
I'm all mixed up but I know what's right

I'm getting put down


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"The Dirty Jobs" as written by Peter Dennis Blandfor Townshend

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