LarreeNEVER GONNA WORK
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Indie Extravaganza
Larree
NEVER GONNA WORK
Desperado Edge
Desperado 2020 GK Contenders - 1st Wave
Roaring Twenties 2.0
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I wrote this song for my mom. The first time I played it for her she chased me around the house with a rolled-up Better Homes & Gardens magazine. It eventually became one of her favorites. Recorded in 1982 by the band, Tulpa. Tulpa is Alan Waxman - drums, vocals; Bruce Bearfeld - bass, vocals; and Larree - guitar, vocals.

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NEVER GONNA WORK by Larree

Intro
No, I'm never going to work, never
No, I'm never never never ever gonna get a job, mother
No, I'm never going to work
No no no no no no no-o-o-o o o o o...

Cho
I'm never gonna get a job I'm never gonna work
I'm never gonna get a job I'm never gonna work
I'm never gonna get a job I'm never gonna work
I'm never gonna get a job I'm never gonna work

Vs 1
I'm never gonna wear a suit, I'm never gonna work
I'm never gonna wear a tie, I'm never gonna work
I'm never gonna shine my shoes, I'm never gonna work
I'll never pay no union dues, I'm never gonna work

Cho

Vs 2
I'm never gonna own a house, I'm never gonna work
I'm never gonna own a car, I'm never gonna work
I'm never gonna need no gas, I'm never gonna work
I'll never pay no income tax, I'm never gonna work

Cho:

Solo

Vs 3
I'm never gonna earn a thing, I'm never gonna work
I'll never wear a diamond ring, I'm never gonna work
I'm never gonna comb my hair, I'm never gonna work
I'll never change my underwear, I'm never gonna work

Hook (Cho with na na na na na na na baby chant feel)

Final Cho

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Song Comments

Larree
I wrote this song for my mom. The first time I played it for her she chased me around the house with a rolled-up Better Homes & Gardens magazine. It eventually became one of her favorites. Recorded in 1982 by the band, Tulpa. Tulpa is Alan Waxman - drums, vocals; Bruce Bearfeld - bass, vocals; and Larree - guitar, vocals.


Desperado 2020 GK Contenders - 1st Wave
Contender for 2020 GK nomination - Rock


Indie Extravaganza
Nothing says Indie like this song. I knew an actor whose mother wanted him to take some business courses as "a fallback". He told her that if he had a fallback that he would fall back. He's become an extremely successful actor. Larree has the same attitude and I wish him the same level of success. He personifies Indie.


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