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Published on Dec 1, 2011

I give unto you a song. Turn those captions on. Hope you like it. Leave a comment or something of that nature.
I am a sailor, I live in the bellybutton of the sea,
the naval academy
I'm a doctor, you know I've got ADD,
I run out of patience
I'm a garbage man, and I'm a personal trainer,
we take care of people's waists
I'm a bank robber, and I'm a priest,
you know we always are chaste

Pick your career, choose your profession
Take a seat, class in session
There are no small jobs, work 40 hours a week
If you're a mountain climber or stripper,
just give them a peak

I'm a chef, and I'm a math teacher,
we both know how to make good pie
I am a lawyer, and I'm a hooker,
we both know how to give a good lie
I'm the president, give me a bill, I'll veto it
I'm Rebecca Black, and I'm a poet

Pick your career, choose your profession
Take a seat class in session
When choosing a career, there is nothing to fear
Make your intentions clear, and let out a big cheer

There are so many jobs
From teacher to witch burning mobs
Mary, Carry, or Sherry,Terry, or even Jerry
Keep hitting on your secretary

Pick your career, choose your profession
Take a seat class is in session
And now, you probably one last question
How do I get a job in this freaking recession?

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