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Life Ain't Fair Lyrics

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Josh Charles - Life Ain't Fair Lyrics


By Josh Charles and Milton L. Brown

I was building cars up in Detroit
'Til the imports did us all in
Worked a Gulf of Mexico oil rig
And then got laid off by the wind
Been living life like a gypsy
Willin' to work anywhere
Bad luck stayin' just one step behind
Life ain't fair.

I lost my heart and Rebecca
She wouldn't wait for a vagabond man
She needed more than excuses
It hurts bad, but I understand
My buddies are all in the same fix as me
Not one with two-bits he can spare
And tomorrow is looking as dark as today
Life ain't fair

Life ain't fair, life ain't fair
Preacher said don't give up until you try prayer
I've been prayin', but seems like ain't nobody there
Life ain't fair.

I just heard there's work in Seattle
On an airplane assembly line
It's a low-level job, payin' minimum wage
I'm down to hungry, so that suits me fine
Now, here I am, out on the highway
Cold, with my thumb up in the air
It's a matter of fact unless you're born rich
Life ain't fair.

Life ain't fair, life ain't fair
Preacher said don't give up until you try prayer
I've been prayin', but seems like ain't nobody there
Life Ain't Fair
LIfe Ain't Fair





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