"Work Hard, Play Harder" as written by John D Rich, Christopher Robinson, Richard Robinson, Gretchen Frances Wilson and Vicky Lynn Mcgehee....
I work a double shift on Monday
Tuesday I get up before dawn
Wednesday pouring coffee
Thursday night I'm tending the bar
Well, when Friday night rolls around
I call my rough and rowdy friends and we're honkytonk loud

I work hard, I play harder
I'm a good timin' American daughter
Redneck, blue collar,
And I party down to my last dollar
I work hard, I work hard, I work hard,
I play harder

I don't waste my time on
Manicures and spray on tans
And I don't pay no never mind
To the callouses I've had on my hands
You know that people just can't understand how
I'm the first to clock in but the last to pass out

I work hard, I play harder
I'm a good timin' American daughter
Redneck, blue collar,
And I party down to my last dollar
I work hard, I work hard, I work hard,
I play harder

Yea yea yea yea yeah

I work hard, I play harder
I'm a good timin' American daughter
Redneck, blue collar,
And I party down to my last dollar

I work hard, I play harder
I'm a good timin' American daughter
Redneck, blue collar,
And I party down to my last dollar
I work hard, I work hard, I work hard,
I work hard, I work hard, I work hard,
I play harder


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"Work Hard, Play Harder" as written by Vicky Mcgehee Gretchen Wilson

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