"Average Joe" as written by Edward Monroe Hill, David Ray Frasier and Donald Wallace Poythress....
I don?t mind working
I don?t mind drinking
When I need to unwind
And I like listening to a
Country song on a Friday night


I?m a welder in the shop downtown
The dry waller in your brand new house
Yeah I?m your Average Joe
I?m the guy that fixed your van
I?m the painter I?m your concrete man
Yeah I?m your Average Joe


I?ve got brothers
And I?ve got sisters
Fighting hard for me and you
Yeah I got a mother and she?s been praying
They?ll all be coming home real soon


I?m the lightening in the pouring rain
I drive the diesel in the other lane
Yeah I?m your Average Joe
I wax the floors in the grocery store
Drop off the boxes at your front door
Yeah I?m your Average Joe


Never made a ton of money
Just enough to get us by
But the things that make me rich
Is this woman and these kids of mine


You know you run into me everywhere
You need a hand I?m gonna be right there
I?m your Average Joe
I love my country and being free
Yeah there?re millions of you just like me
'cause I?m your Average Joe


Yeah I?m your Average Joe



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"Average Joe" as written by Donald Wallace Poythress David Ray Frasier

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