You want to tell your boss what you've been thinking
You want to make sure he knows what your doing
Work overtime never show up late, sweat for the company and hope for a raise
It's one more week until evaluation day
Your setting up your boss just to give you that raise
Smiling so much your cheeks are getting sore
Hate the things you do just to get a little more

Need some time to think it over

These are the days you get to work on time, tow the company line to get a raise next time
These are the days that you try to be seen, be the bosses pet when your playing for the team

Filling out the forms as you've been told
You deserve more cash for the crap you take
You long for the day when your boss is on vacation
Dreaming of the day when your boss takes a vacation
You want to tell your boss what your really thinking
You want to let him know that his company sucks
Wouldn't it be nice to flip him the finger
But you're just going to sit there and take it in the ssa

Need some time to think it over

These are the days that you try to be seen, be the bosses dream and your playing for the team
These are the days that you're dressing all fresh, trying to impress when it's time for a rest
These are the days that you try to be seen, be the bosses wet dream makes you want to scream
These are the days that you get to work on time tow the company line until the day you die!!!


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    wow i cant believe no one has commented on this yet...this song is hilarious its all about hating your job and boss pretty much

    A7XWakingTheFallenon January 12, 2006   Link

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