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Stan Ridgway – Longarm lyrics

Let's go
Wanted:
Strong and able-bodied worker
Minimum wage
Fifty-eight hour week

An average joe from the grand design
He breaks his back for big talk
He pulls up, he pulls down
He's the one over at the lever that puts the lids on the jars

Chorus:
Big talk
Big talk
Big talk
Big talk

Mister simpson says this business needs a strong arm
Some new part to clear out all the deadwood
So be sure and install that new long arm by next week
'cause that short arm over there is through

Woah-oh, replace all parts with long arm
Woah-oh, this business needs a strong arm
It's big talk

Chorus:
Big talk (start to fall in line)
Big talk (I was watching you)
Big talk (when efficiency is cut)
Big talk (better buy more glue)
Repeat once

An average joe from the grand design
He breaks his back for big talk
He pulls up, he pulls down
He's the one over at the lever that puts the lids on the jars

Woah-oh, replace all parts with long arm
Woah-oh, this business needs a strong arm
Woah-oh, replace all parts with long arm
Woah-oh, this business needs a strong arm
Woah-oh, replace all parts with long arm
Woah-oh, this business needs a strong arm
It's big talk



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