30 day song challenge – day 7

30 day song challenge

Today’s prompt: A song to drive to

I have driven many, many, a mile to this one. Windows down, singing my heart out for the open road.

Takin’ Care of Business

You get up every morning from your alarm clock’s warning
Take the 8:15 into the city
There’s a whistle up above and people pushin’, people shovin’
And the girls who try to look pretty
And if your train’s on time, you can get to work by nine
And start your slaving job to get your pay
If you ever get annoyed, look at me I’m self-employed
I love to work at nothing all day

And I’ll be taking care of business every day
Taking care of business every way
I’ve been taking care of business it’s all mine
Taking care of business and working overtime, work out

It’s easy as fishin’ you could be a musician
If you could make sounds loud or mellow
Get a second-hand guitar, chances are you’ll go far
If you get in with the right bunch of fellows
People see you having fun just a-lying in the sun
Tell them that you like it this way
It’s the work that we avoid, and we’re all self-employed
We love to work at nothing all day

And we be taking care of business every day)
Taking care of business every way
We be been taking care of business it’s all mine
Taking care of business and working overtime

Take good care of my business
When I’m away, every day
Whoo

You get up every morning from your alarm clock’s warning
Take the 8:15 into the city
There’s a whistle up above and people pushin’, people shovin’
And the girls who try to look pretty
And if your train’s on time, you can get to work by nine
And start your slaving job to get your pay
If you ever get annoyed, look at me I’m self-employed
I love to work at nothing all day

And I be taking care of business every day
Taking care of business every way
I’ve been taking care of business it’s all mine
Taking care of business and working overtime, take care

Takin’ care of business
Takin’ care of business

Songwriters: Randy Bachman

Til next time ~Peace ~JPP

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