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Allentown- Billy Joel
Well we're waiting here in Allentown - For the Pennsylvania we never found.
For the promises our teachers gave, If we worked hard, If we behaved.
So the graduations hang on the wall. But they never really helped us at all.
No they never taught us what was real- Iron and coke, Chromium steel.
Styx - Blue Collar Man (lyrics)
Make me an offer that I can't refuse
Make me respectable man
This is my last time in the unemployment line. So like it or not
I'll take those long night, impossible odds - Keeping my back to the wall
If it takes all night - to be just who I am
Well I'm gonna be a blue collar man
Roger Hodgson - Take The Long Way Home
When you look through the years and see what you could have been
oh, what you might have been, If you'd had more time.
All the dreams we held so close seemed to all go up in smoke
Let me whisper in your ear:
Angie, Angie, where will it lead us from here?
Do You Know Where You're Going To? Diana Ross
Now looking back at all we've had
We let so many dreams just slip through our hands
Why must we wait so long, before we see?
How sad the answers to those questions can be
King of the road- Roger Miller
Bob Jovi LIVIN' ON A PRAYER
I WILL SURVIVE
DONT GIVE UP Peter Gabriel with Kate Bush
THE RIVER SPRINGSTEEN
Is a dream a lie if it donít come true, or is it something worse?
9 TO 5 - Dolly Parton
HARD TIMES Baby Huey
We Canít Make It Here Anymore - James McMurtry
Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out - Bessie Smith
TAKE THIS JOB AND SHOVE IT- Johnny Paycheck
I Ain't Got No Home In This World Anymore - Woody Guthrie
MONEY'S TOO TIGHT TO MENTION - SIMPLY RED
MY HOMETOWN - Bruce Springsteen
Blue Sky Mine - Midnight Oil
The Way It Is - Bruce Hornsby & the Range
Workin' For A Livin' - Huey Lewis And The News
Rain on the Scarecrow - John Mellencamp
I Can't Give You Anything - Ramones
Ration Blues - Louis Jordan
RECONVERSION BLUES - Louis Jordan
Resplendent - Vigilantes of Love
Welfare Mothers - Neil Young
The Ghost Of Tom Joad - Bruce Springsteen
The L & N Donít Stop Here Any MoreĒ Jean Ritchie
Lost In the Supermarket The Clash
Seven Cent Cotton and Forty Cent MeatĒ Jim Lauderdale
Coat of Many Colors- Dolly Parton
The Message - Grandmaster Flash
Another Day in Paradise - Phil Collins
Kill the Poor- Dead Kennedys
Can't Afford No Shoes Frank Zappa
IN THE GHETTO - Elvis
Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? Bing Crosby
The Hustle Is On - T-Bone Walker
Oh! Sweet Nuthin' The Velvet Underground
Haunted Town - The Effigies
Kill The Poor - Dead Kennedys
Lets Lynch the Landlord - Dead Kennedys
Devin the Dude - Lacville 79
The Righteous Path - Drive By Truckers
No Depression - Uncle Tupelo
The Ragpicker's Dream - Mark Knopfler
Devolution Working Man Blues - The Alarm
UNDERDOGS - THE COUP
Money's Gettin' Cheaper - Jimmy Witherspoon
Fallen on Hard Times - Jethro Tull
Living In These Hard Times - Jethro Tull
1. 2pac hollers to his sisters on welfare in the popular and timeless "Keep Ya Head Up".
2. In "Shelter From the Storm," the voice of Bob Dylan emerges from a lifetime of toil.
3. Dave Matthews laments overworked hands, dues and debts in the unique "Pay For What You Get".
4. Marvin Gaye couples lyrics about inflation and hopelessness in the classic "Inner City Blues".
5. Disgusted, invisibly bound, and anything but free is Bob Marley in "Concrete Jungle".
6. Cold War Kids' lead singer Nathan Willett empathizes with the argued necessity of robbery during hard economic times in the soothing "Robbers".
7. Ryan Adams works his hands to bleed because there are mouths to feed in "In My Time of Need".
8. In his debut album, Bon Iver sings of times when youíre moneyís gone and youíre drunk as hell in "Re: Stacks". Sing it, Bon.
9. A figurehead in the American folk movement, Woody Guthrie wails of unemployment and the hard travels of migrant workers across the U.S. in "Do Re Mi".
10. Randy Newman breaks hearts as he describes broken windows, empty hallways, and the general signs of an economic downturn in "I Think Itís Going to Rain Today".
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