Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by isvicthere?, Dec 27, 2009.
Beck - Soul Sucking Jerk
Airbomb - (I'm so sick) Monday Morning
Oh alright then
Dirty Jobs - The Who
Daltrey grafted as a youngster - sheet metal worker.
Hardskin: oi not jobs
Sounds like a hand cream for serial wankers
Why has nobody put Dolly Parton Nine to Five yet?
Bell Boy - The Who
The whole Quadraphenia album is anti-work.
I Don't Wanna - Sham 69
Merle Travis - Sixteen Tons.
"St Peter don't call my name, cos I can't go
I owe my soul to the company store."
Big Rock Candy Mountain: "They hung the jerk that invented work"
Chumbawamba - I Wish That They'd Sack Me
Bill is the only one who ever had a job.
Also - W.O.R.K. by Bow Wow Wow.
Dillinger 4 - Super Powers Enable Me to Blend in With Machinery
Mr Lif - Live from the Plantation
16 Tons ought to get a mention. Though I've no idea whose version you should use.
Jazz Butcher - Nothing Special
Robert Johnson - Last Fair Deal Gone Down
Most of this one AFAIK by the Spinners:
"Sunshine, sunshine a happy day/ off to the cricket match I'm away. / Somebody else can work for me/ I'm the happy/ absentee......If my boss gave me a million pounds/ to stay away from the cricket grounds,/ I'd consider that money was pretty hard earned but until he does/ I'm unconcerned."
by The Godfathers.
Ace first album, fairly good second one, and then down the dumper, but great song.
The original was Cilla.
The Mistakes - 16 pins
16 pins in 16 holes
600 times a day.
Does it really make much difference
if we do get equal pay?
I'm fed up with working
Living on a prayer?
And this -
Work Us So Hard - Little John
Slaving - Lloyd Parks
Money For Jam - Lloyd Parks
A very important message to get across to the kidz.....
It's as if this thread hadn't ever been closed down with all its workers made redundant, prior to its miraculous resurrection on Tuesday!
(Had started liking posts from 2009 and didn't know )
Can't immediately think of any anti-work songs just now anyway. Songs I listen to at work all seem to be about as little to do with work as possible ...
i'd have thought that a perfect qualification
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