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Published on Apr 2, 2011
One of the great blue-collar anthems: "Hump Day" from TIN HUEY's Contents Dislodged During Shipment LP. Here are the lyrics from the LP liner notes:
I could have been one of those college fools But 15 degrees ain't worth one good set of tools Took my daddy's advice And learned me a trade And now I'm slappin' tires out And man I've got it made! Camper in my driveway A woman that cooks and sews Two days to the weekend Slam that card in the slot I gotta go to work... Never mind 'bout your mind keep your mind on your... Blue collar, top dollar, three weeks paid, union shop Benefits that don't stop, ain't this the life! Sliding right through Wednesday It's all downhill from here To weekends in my Lay-Zee-Boy Football, fried chicken and beer I need this job I'm doin' I need each bolt and screw I'd stick it out through double-shifts All three if they asked me to I like to work... Never mind 'bout your mind, keep your mind on your... Pity the management, all nervous wrecks With the ulcers and the boss's noose 'round their necks Me? I'm pushin' buttons And all that noise and grease and steel Says I'm a rubber baby workin man Makin wheels instead of deals I gotta work... Never mind 'bout your mind, keep your mind on your... Checkin' the specs and cashin' my checks... Idle hands are the Devil's playground...