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Written by Randy Owen, Teddy Gentry, Greg Fowler, Tim Briggs, and Larry Hansen

Well it's concrete and asphalt drivin' into work every day
This livin' can't be healthy but the Lord knows I got bills to pay
And there's others here just like me, they got families to feed

Chorus:
One more time arouund, time around, on the job is where I'll be found
One more time arouund, time around, earn my pay and hear that whistle sound

Well thunder and lighting, it don't matter, nothin' stops the clock
The radios are blastin', mine is playin' country, some play rock
The rhythm and blues of the workplace, we take pride in everything we make

Chorus

Five o'clock is comin', we're all racin' down the same track
Life is a circle, sometimes we meet ourselves comin' back, well

Chorus

One more time around
Time around, time around
Time around, time around
Time around, time around
Time around



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