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Blue monday morning at the factory gate almost time to clock in the boys were bettin' that joe wouldn't show they'd seen him over the weekend he had four new tires on his old cadillac betty the waitress and some clothes in the back and a dashboard full of roadmaps of mexico yeah, joe knows how to live he said women were made to love money is made to spend life is something buddy you will never live again yeah i've got to admit it joe knows how to live by now they'll be down at the ocean he and betty stretched out some where the only blue in his eye is the blue moonlight bouncin' off betty's blonde hair oh, i can just see them rolling 'round on the sand i never thought i was a jealous man but when i think what he's doin' and what i'm not lord, i'm jealous a lot he said women were made to love money is made to spend life is something buddy you will never live again yeah you've got to admit it joe knows how to live now betty's back home with her mother joe's back on the assembly line but he brings in his pictures and his mexican hat just to remind us sometimes that women were made to love money is made to spend life is something buddy you will never live again yeah i've got to admit it but,
Joe knows how to live yeah i hate to admit it but,
Joe knows how to live fade out...



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