Vicious Past

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Song Description

Everyone's day job blues

Story Behind the Song

24+ years of working for 1 company, for 1 man!

Lyrics

Blue Collar Blues

Slaving in this mill yard, loading trains, and trucks, six days a week yeah, thats how I make a buck, but its these dreams that keep me keeping, keeping on most every day, one things for sure, I'll always be poor, they'll probably repo my grave.
(chorus)--I help the rich get rich, while they piss, moan, and bitch, the blue collar blues uh...huh...kinda sucks the life right out of me, think its time for my lobotomy, the blue collar blues...uh...huh...repeat 2 times

I'd like to take a break, the sun and sweat burns my eyes, the phone it rings, the radio sings, some truckers tellin lies, the boss is got to see me, guess that ain't no surprise..(repeat chorus)
Well, the man he says my hours are gettin a bit out of hand, he said he'd like to see me do a little more, a little more if I can, increase your productivity in a shorter kind of time span. (repeat chorus)
I hear one white hat say to another, "yeah we broke the record today", but I don't recall one claiming at all a single mistake that was ever made, when the shit hits the fan, you know where they stand, fashionably out of the way. (repeat chorus)
Sometimes I can understand getting postal on the job, but the violence is so crazy, I just hang my head and sob, but I'll never give them the satisfacrion, to see what they've done to me, I'd rather flip them the bird or say someting obsurd, cause thats all they've ever given me. (repeat chorus)

Song Length
4:35
Genres
Blues - Rock, Rock - Hard Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Distressed, Irate

Subject Matter
Sanity/Insanity, General

Similar Artists
The Black Crowes, Sam Cooke
Language
English
Era
1990 - 1999

Lyric Credits Alan D. Nason
Music Credits Vicious Past/Alan D. Nason
Producer Credits NA
Publisher Credits Alan D. Nason
Performance Credits Vicious Past/Alan D. Nason
Label Credits NA