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Golden Earring – All Day Watcher lyrics

From the Album:
* Together
Well in a few more hours, and millions of people
Hate their alarm clock, even more than their wives
The day is beginning, you can tell by the sunrise
People get ready for a day in their lives
They're getting together, in the streets of the cities
Like lost computers of a shattered tribe
They're all in a hurry, to be in time
Some for promotion, some to stay alive
Yeah, yeah
I'm the all day watcher, that's all I do
I'm the all day watcher, I'm watching you
Well I shake my head and I shake my brain
And I don't understand why they're all the same
I weigh pro's and con's, against their lives and mine
But I don't know, it's beyond my frame of mind
Beyond my frame of mind, yeah
Oeh, in a few more minutes, and millions of people
Hear the whistle of freedom, blowing through their head
They push and they hurry and the herd starts moving
They follow the trail back home again
Where they're taking it easy, with a box of beer
Watching the late late show on color TV
And life ain't easy, when you're livin' that way
But sometimes I wonder, maybe it's fun everyday
Yeah, yeah



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