"Working Man" as written by Daniel Coulter Reynolds, Daniel Wayne Sermon and Benjamin Arthur Mckee....
Shake it, shake it
And we're moving again
Been a long time coming for the working man
So shake it, shake it
And we're moving again
When the money is high, we can start to spend

Shake it, shake it
And we're moving again
Been a long time coming for the working man
So shake it, shake it
And we're moving again
When the money is high, we can start to spend
Shake it

Every little bit goes a little of a long way
Life gets hard and I'm headed for the highway home, home
Caught up in the middle of a headache and a heartbreak
Just when I thought I was clear of the mistakes
No, no oh oh

So tell me, tell me, tell me
What am I to do
I think that this life is darker than the view
So help me, help me, help me
Be a little more like you
When everything is falling
I'm gonna do the things you do

Shake it, shake it
And we're moving again
Been a long time coming for the working man
Shake it, shake it
And we're moving again
When the money is high, we can start to spend

Shake it, shake it
And we're moving again
Been a long time coming for the working man
Shake it, shake it
And we're moving again
When the money is high, we can start to spend
Shake it

Everything is serious and everything is fatal
That's what they tell you
And that's how they make you know, know
I'm tired of the books and I'm tired of the tables
Everything is made with the same old labels
No, no oh oh

So tell me, tell me, tell me
What am I to do
I think that this life is darker than the view
So help me, help me, help me
Be a little more like you
When everything is falling
I'm gonna do the things you do

Shake it, shake it
And we're moving again
Been a long time coming for the working man
Shake it, shake it
And we're moving again
When the money is high, we can start to spend

Shake it, shake it
And we're moving again
Been a long time coming for the working man
Shake it, shake it
And we're moving again
When the money is high, we can start to spend
Shake it

Shake it, shake it
And we're moving again
Been a long time coming for the working man
Shake it, shake it
And we're moving again
When the money is high, we can start to spend

Shake it, shake it
And we're moving again
Been a long time coming for the working man
Shake it, shake it
And we're moving again
When the money is high, we can start to spend

Shake it, shake it
And we're moving again
Been a long time coming for the working man
Shake it, shake it
And we're moving again
When the money is high, we can start to spend

Shake it, shake it
And we're moving again
Been a long time coming for the working man
Shake it, shake it
And we're moving again
When the money is high, we can start to spend
Shake it


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"Working Man" as written by Daniel Coulter Reynolds Benjamin Arthur Mckee

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    General CommentEvery little bit goes a little of a long way
    Life gets hard and I'm headed for the highway home, home
    Caught up in the middle of a headache and a heartbreak
    Just when I thought I was clear of the mistakes,
    No, no oh oh
    -when you work so hard there is allways a catch and something will allways go wrong the way he saw it at first


    So tell me, tell me, tell me
    What am I to do
    I think that this life is darker than the view
    So help me, help me, help me
    Be a little more like you
    When everything is falling
    I'm gonna do the things you do
    -he cant see the whole picture becouse life is censored for the average man asking if person can help him see the world in his perspective


    Everything is serious and everything is fatal
    That's what they tell you
    And that's how they make you know, know
    I'm tired of the books and I'm tired of the tables
    Everything is made with the same old labels
    No, no oh oh
    Read more at
    -you should live life without restrictions
    Shake it, shake it
    And we're moving again
    Been a long time coming for the working man
    Shake it, shake it
    And we're moving again
    When the money is high, we can start to spend\
    Shake it
    -and finialy the working man works so hard just to spend money

    overall i think this song is about how censorship restricts our way of liveing and being free to enjoy our liuves if this makes any sense
    Jordin23on April 07, 2013   Link
  • 0
    General CommentAbout the precarious balance revolting against capitalism and embracing it
    ComradeJNCon June 08, 2013   Link

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