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It's four o'clock on a Saturday
The year was nineteen eighty-eight
Mr. Walton sat down next to me
He said "Drew, isn't this job great?"
He says, "Drew, can you work this pallet for me?
I'm older than you think
Yeah, maybe it's sweet
You're much more upbeat
I'm as old as that bathroom sink!"
(Chorus) Save us some cash, Mr. Wal-Mart Man
Save us some cash tonight
Well, we're all in the mood for a paycheck
And you've got us working all night
Now Sam from a far was a friend of mine
He got me this stock for free
He was quick with a joke but he did not smoke
There's no place that he'd rather be
He said "Drew, I believe this ain't killing me"
As a smile was plastered on his face
"Well, hell, I could've been a TV star
If I wanted to get out of this place."
Old Sam had a real estate business
Rarely had time for his wife
Helen, Rob and Jim, his daughter too had been
Fearing for his old sacred life
Rob wanted to practice politics
Old Sam just laid his own gravestone
He had gotten a gift from Mr. Bush
Would have been better getting it alone
They have some pretty long lines for a Saturday
But my manager gave me a smile
Cause he knows it could be all the money he'll see
To forget about stress for a while
And the people sound like a carnival
The registers sound of the beep
They go to their car, bread back in their jar
And say "Damn, wasn't this trip cheap?"
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