It Ain't My Job To Tote Your Monkey
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It Ain't My Job To Tote Your Monkey Recorded by Bill Anderson Written by Bill Anderson, Rex Schnelle, Rivers Rutherford
C F So the government’s crazy and the weather’s all wrong G7 C The radio ain’t playing country songs F Grits won’t cook in the microwave D7 G7 And you’re mad about the price of gas these days
C F You can’t get a signal on your mobile phone G7 C Your dog ran off and your wife came home F It all boils down to just one fact D7 G7 There’s a great big monkey hanging on your back
C But it ain’t my job (it ain’t my job) F It ain’t my job (it ain’t my job) G7 Don’t blame me down ‘cause you feel funky C G7 C It ain’t my job to tote your monkey
F Well it seems every morning about this time G7 C You come in here and start to whine F It’s the coffee it’s the car it’s the Coke machine D7 G7 Ain’t you ever happy ‘bout anything
C It ain’t my job (it ain’t my job) F It ain’t my job (it ain’t my job) G7 Don’t blame me ‘cause you feel grumpy C G7 C It ain’t my job to tote your monkey
G7 So take your circus and leave this town F C I ain’t got time to monkey around Am G7 Go tell Dr. Phil what you think Am F G7 I ain’t your daddy and I ain’t your shrink
C And it ain’t my job (it ain’t my job) F It ain’t my job (it ain’t my job) G7 Your toast was burned and your eggs were runny
Last night Letterman wasn’t that funny
You smoked up all your drinkin’ money C G7 C But it ain’t my job to tote your monkey
F Hey boy I’m sorry if all this talk has upset your tummy G7 C G7 C But it ain’t my job to tote your cotton pickin’ monkey
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