Forty Hour Week (For a Livin') Lyrics

Alabama

credits


publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: David Loggins, Don Schlitz, Lisa Miriam Silver
album: Track 1 in album 40 Hour Week
release date: 1985
popularity : 28 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock Folk, World, & Country
styles: Country Rock
length: 3:25

Album Information

country(area): United States
format: Vinyl
script: Latin

Cover Art

Alabama 40 Hour Week cover art

Lyrics

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There are people in this country who work hard every day
Not for fame or fortune do they strive
But the fruits of their labor are worth more than their pay
And it's time a few of them were recognized

Hello Detroit auto workers, let me thank you for your time
You work a forty hour week for a livin', just to send it on down the line
Hello Pittsburgh steel mill workers, let me thank you for your time
You work a forty hour week for a livin', just to send it on down the line

This is for the one who swings the hammer, driving home the nail
Or the one behind the counter, ringing up the sale
Or the one who fights the fires, the one who brings the mail
For everyone who works behind the scenes

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Track Listing


Vinyl 1
  • 1 Forty Hour Week (For a Livin')
  • 2 Can't Keep a Good Man Down
  • 3 There's No Way
  • 4 Down on Longboat Key
  • 5 Louisiana Moon
  • 6 I Want to Know You Before We Make Love
  • 7 Fireworks
  • 8 (She Won't Have a Thing to Do With) Nobody but Me
  • 9 As Right Now
  • 10 If It Ain't Dixie (It Won't Do)