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Agenda Suicide

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You could follow logic or contest it all the work solution makes the common house a home the element of progress that you mention is gone it de-evolved to something you were headed toward as i lay to die the things i think did i waste my time. i think i did- i worked for life all we want are just pretty little homes our work makes pretty little homes like a cast shadow like a fathers dream have a cut out son what's a worse disease to get that pretty little home as i lay to die the things i think i dont want to regret what i did- i worked for life all we want are just pretty little homes our work makes pretty little homes agenda suicide, the drones work hard before they die and give up on pretty little homes (like a cast shadow) our work makes pretty little homes our work makes pretty little homes agenda suicide. the drones work hard before they die and give up on pretty little homes

Glad To Be Alive

KYLIE MINOGUE "Fever"
[INTRO:] Ohh life's so hard Someday's you need something new to wear Like a brand new hat [1a:] Try so hard To work it out People try to hold you back On day's like that You need another hand [1b:] It's the same all over the world People have to earn a living Now you're so far from the troubles at home Leave them alone And they'll work themselves out [CHORUS:] We love it Glad to be alive I like it Working over time in lovin' I hope tomorrow feels like this Yeah [2:] Dreaming hard Brand new car And another home loan And the phone bill is overdue Don't give up on rainy days I've seen the sun come shining through On you and me Make you feel alright [1b:] [CHORUS:] [BRIDGE:] Life's so hard We can work it out Will it's a big tough city We can work out our way [CHORUS:] [repeat & fade]

Woody's Rag / Hard Work

ARLO GUTHRIE "Son Of The Wind"
While we're on the subject of hard work, I just wanted to say that I always was a man to work. I was born working and I worked my way up by hard work. I ain't never got nowhere yet but I got there by hard work. Work of the hardest kind. I been down and I been out and I've been busted, disgusted and couldn't be trusted. I worked my way up and I worked my way down. I've been drunk and I've been sober. I've had hard times and I got hijacked and been robbed for cash and robbed on credit. Worked my way into jail and outta jail and I woke up a lotta mornings and I didn't even know where I was at. But the hardest work I ever done is when I was trying to get myself a worried woman to ease my worried mind. Now I'm gonna tell you just about how much hard work I had to do to get this here woman that I'm a-tellin' you about. I shook hands with 97 of her kinfolks and her blood relatives and I done the same with 86 people that was just her friends and her neighbors. Kissed 73 babies and put dry pants on 34 of 'em, as well as others, and done the When thing several times, as well as a lot of other things just about like this. I held 125 head of wild horses, put saddles and bridles on more than that, harnessed some of the craziest, wildest teams in the whole country. I rode 14 loco broncos to a dead standstill and let 42 hound dogs lick me all over. 7 times I was bit by hungry dogs and I was chewed all to pieces by water moccasins and rattlesnakes on 2 separate river bottoms. I chopped and I carried 314 arm loads of stoved wood; 100 buckets of coal, and I carried a gallon of kerosene 18 miles and lost a good pair of shoes in a mud hole. And I chopped and I weeded 48 rows of short cotton, 13 acres of bad corn and cut the sticker weeds out of 11 back yards, all on account a 'cause I wanted to show her that I was a man and I liked to work I cleaned out 9 barnloads, and cranked 31 automobiles, all makes and models, pulled 3 cars out of mud holes and 4 out of snowdrifts. I dug 5 cisterns of water for some of her friends and neighbors and run all kinds of errands. I played the fiddle for 9 church meetings and I joined 11 separate denominations. I signed up and joined up for 7 of the best trade unions I could find and paid my dues about 6 weeks ahead of time, waded 40 miles of swamps, 60 big rivers, walked across 2 mountain ranges and crossed 3 deserts. I got the fever and I got the sun stroke and I got the malaria and I got the flu and I got moonstruck and skeeter bit, the poison ivy and the 7 year itch and the blind staggers. I was given up for lost and dead about 2 dozen times. Struck by lightning, struck by Congress, struck by friends and kinfolks, as well as by 3 cars on the highways and a lotta times in peoples' henhouses. I been hit and run down and run over and walked on and knocked around and I'm just settin' here now trying to study up what else I can do to show that woman that I still ain't afraid of hard work.

Everything She Wants

WHAM! "Make It Big"
Somebody told me That for everything she wants Is everything she sees I guess I must have loved you Because I said you were the perfect girl for me, baby And now I'm six months older And everything you are and everything you see Is out of reach not good enough I don't know what the hell you want from me Somebody tell me Why I work so hard for you (To give you money) Some people work for a living Some people work fun Girl I just work for you They told me marriage was a give and take Well you show me you can take you've got some givin' to do And now you tell me that your having my baby I'll tell you that I'm happy if you want me to But one step further and my back will break If my best isn't good enough And how can it be good enough for two I can't work any harder than I do Somebody tell me Why I work so hard for you (To give you money) Why do I do the things I do Can you tell my why Yea My god, I don't even think that I love you Somebody tell me Why I work so hard for you (To give you money) Somebody tell me Why I work so hard for you (To give you money) How could you settle For a boy like me When all I can see Is the end of the week All the things we sign And the things we buy Ain't gonna keep us together It's just a matter of time My situation Never changes Walking in and out of that door Like a stranger For the wages I give you all You say you want more And all I can see Is the end of the week All the things we sign And the things we buy Ain't gonna keep us together Girl it's just a matter of time

All Day

Ministry
well i'm hiding my eyes from the morning sun and i keep on working till the work is all done but a voice in my head keeps ticking away as the sweat's hosed down from yet another day well he works hard and he lives hard and he breaks his back without nothing to gain while the boss man sits around and drinks champagne all day (you work and you work and you work and) in life, there's just one transition all day (you work and you work and you work and) in life, there's just one decision well i'm peeling the blisters off my working hand is that what it takes to make you understand? that it's something you read, not something you meant to be slaving away without a shred of integrity he worked hard and he lived hard and he broke his back without nothing to say while the man in control was just laughing away all day (you work and you work and you work and) in life, there's just one transition all day (you work and you work and you work and) in life, there's just one decision was it something you read? was it something you meant? was it something you said? or was it heaven sent? all day (you work and you work and you work and) in life, there's just one transition all day (you work and you work and you work and) in life, there's just one decision

Fo' Sho'

YOLANDA ADAMS "Believe"
(feat. Karen Clark Sheard) [verse 1:] You may see me laughing You may see me crying But you won't see me give up I'll just keep on trying Though sometimes it get hard Hard to see my way But I've got you in my life It's makes it all ok [chorus] Looks comes today When you have treat me this way And I thank you lord for treating me so good There are times when I get scared But I'll know that you'll be there And you'll pull me out of it fo'sho [verse 2] There are times I'm up There are times I'm down There are times I'm smiling There are times I'm frown Sometimes I've done wrong But I still sing my song Even when I'm weak, I know you make me strong [Chorus 2] Ooh fo sho... fo sho Fo sho...fo sho Things are gonna work out fo sho Ooh fo sho Fo sho Fo sho; fo sho Things are gonna work out fo sho [Verse 3] I've learned how to do with How to do without When to shut my mouth When to speck out loud I'm happy to know I have you as my friend Others will come and go but You'll be there till the end [chorus 2] [chorus 1] [chorus 2 repeating...]

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