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Linda Davis – Company Time lyrics

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Ruthie got a job
And nothing went right
She woke up in a nervous sweat
In the middle of the night
And every morning
Of every day
Ruthie she would end up crying, Lord
And the boss would come and say

Hey if you're gonna lose your mind
Don't do it on company time
Aw girl you're gonna lose some pay
If you wanna behave that way
On company time
Ruthie's got a kid
And he just turned two
Late last year his daddy walked out
Said "Now it's all up to you"
The sitter called
Has to leave pretty soon
Ruthie asked her boss would it be alright
To go home this afternoon

Hey if you're always in a bind
Don't do it on company time
Aw girl you're gonna lose some pay
If you wanna behave that way
On company time
Now Ruthie's upstairs
On the seventh floor
Executive Assistant to the Chairman of the Board
And every morning on the speakerphone
The Chairman says "Ruthie you're driving me crazy
Can we be alone"

Hey if you wanna lose your mind
Let's do it on company time
Aw girl we're gonna raise your pay
If you wanna behave that way
On company time, on company time
On company time, on company time



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