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Veggie Tales – Good Morning George lyrics

Laura Carrot:
Good morning, George. How are you?
I hope you're feeling fine!
I'd love to stay and talk but it's almost eight o' clock
And I haven't got the time!!
Because we work we hard at the Chocolate factory
We start at eight and we don't get lunch 'till three
I've gotta drive a truck
To make a buck
So I can send it home to my family!!
Mr. Lunt:
Well now you are in trouble
Your timecard is a wreck!
It's almost two past eight
I'll tell Nezzar that you're late
And he'll take it from your check!
Laura Carrot:
Yes, Mr. Lunt
Mr. Lunt:
Oh, yes we work real hard at the Chocolate Factory!!
Phil-a-pea:
Excuse me, Mr. Lunt, but I've got an injury!!
Mr. Lunt:
Now get back on the line
You'll be just fine
With all this work to do we've got no time for sympathy!!
Larry the Cucumber:
We used to be so happy
Bob the Tomato:
We used to laugh and run
Juinor Asparagus:
But there's no time to play
'cuz we've gotta work all day
And it isn't very fun!!
Bob:
I'm Rack!
Juinor:
I'm Shack!
Larry:
I'm Benny!
All three:
We work here in the plant!
We'd like to take a break!
For goodness sake!
But Mr. Nezzer says. ..
Mr. Lunt:
You can't! Ha



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