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National Working Woman's Holiday lyrics and chords

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National Working Woman's Holiday
Recorded by Sammy Kershaw
Written by Roger Murrah, Pat Terry, James Hicks

They oughta run your picture in a magazine
G7 C
Cause you're the hardest workin' woman I've ever seen

If we weren't sinkin' in a river of debt
G7 C
I'd say quit that job and let 'em do it their self
I know we're depending on every dime
But I'm tired of you working that overtime

I'm gonna tell somebody there ought to be a law
G7 C
Against working that way
Tell 'em you're taking off this Friday
G7 C
For the National Working Woman's Holiday

Honey I can tell you're feeling the strain
G7 C
You deserve a break from that ball and chain

If the union won't say it then it's up to me
G7 C
They're just taking advantage of your loyalty
Everybody likes a little time and a half
But we both know you're worth more than that

repeat #2

I'll call in sick and I'll be telling the truth
Cause I'm sick and tired of how they're treatin' you

repeat #2 x2


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