Listerine Sundays

March 4, 2009
By Ian Ferguson BRONZE, Lansdowne, Virginia
Ian Ferguson BRONZE, Lansdowne, Virginia
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The sun goes down in the evening
It's just the way it is
But I'm still broke and homeless
And I don't complain a bit

I'll buy you out and beat you down
'Cause you don't have the right
I'll show you just how much I care
Because you have to earn your right

Be happy what you got, if you don't got a lot
'Cause you have a job that pays
Be happy what you got, if it hits the spot
'Cause the sun still shines in May
Be happy what you got, if you don't got a lot
'Cause you have a job that pays
Be happy what you got, if it hits the spot
'Cause we're all still here to play

My turf don't got no taxes, neither does my box
I know lots of people getting high off of the rocks
But I'm a little smarter, I know what to do
I used to live behind all the monkies in the zoo

Be happy what you got, if you don't got a lot
'Cause you have a job that pays
Be happy what you got, if it hits the spot
'Cause the sun still shines in May
Be happy what you got, if you don't got a lot
'Cause you have a job that pays
Be happy what you got, if it hits the spot
'Cause we're all still here to play


The author's comments:
This was a song that I wrote for a band I played in, and I'm really happy with the way they worked with the song.

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