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Gretchen Wilson – Work Hard, Play Harder lyrics

I'm working double shift on Monday
Tuesday I get before dawn
Wendesday pourin' coffee
Thursday night I'm tendin' a bar
Well when Friday finally rolls around
I call up my rowdy friends and we're honky tonk bound

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I work hard, I play harder
I'm a good time American daughter
Redneck, Blue collar, I party down to my last dollar
I work hard, I work hard
I play harder

I don't waste my time on manicures and spray on tans
And I don't pay no ever mind to the calais' I've worn on my hands
You know the people can't understand how I'm the first to clock in but the last to pass out

Chorus
I work hard I play harder
I'm a good time American daughter
Redneck, Blue collar, I party down to my last dollar
I work hard, I work hard, I work hard, I play harder
Yeah Yeah Yeah

I work hard I play harder
I'm a good time American daughter
Redneck, Blue collar, I party down to my last daughter
I work hard, I work hard, I work hard, I play harder
Yeah



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