Blackfoot - Doin' My Job Lyrics




B-b-boogie

Boogie like a baby, dance like a dog
I'm a rock 'n' roll bandit when I'm doin' my job

Well, I've been workin' from 9 to 5
Just like all of you, I gotta stay alive
Hard times comin' down on me
Fightin' my way back to the top, everyday of the week

I'm here to testify, there's another way
I won't be satisfied till the weekend's here to stay

Boogie like a baby, dance like a dog
I'm a rock 'n' roll bandit when I'm doin' my job

Well, I start drivin' on down the street,
I got a girl on the edge of town, made just for me
Feelin' good is the name of the game
I may not be no man of the world but she loves me just the same

I'm here to testify, there's another way
I won't be satisfied till the weekend's here to stay

Boogie like a baby, dance like a dog
I'm a rock 'n' roll bandit when I'm doin' my job

Boogie
Well, I'm still workin', and I'm doin' fine
Right or wrong gonna sing my song
Till the day I die

I'm here to testify, there's another way
I won't be satisfied till the weekends here to stay

Sun goes down I can't stand still
Got a flamin' little love, I can't get my fill

Boogie like a baby, dance like a dog
I'm a rock 'n' roll bandit when I'm doin' my job
Yes we are

Doin' my job
Doin' my job





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  1. Majestic Sanctuary

    Sad to hear of the passing of guitarist Neil Casal. 2:14. He started with the great Blackfoot, and his career eventually took him to being a member of The Cardinals, Ryan Adams' band with whom he recorded 3 albums. At the time of his death he was playing in Chris Robinson Brotherhood. Very good musician 3:46, he will be missed greatly.

  2. HaveMercyMissPercy

    A great track from a hard to find album.

  3. John Lepre

    RIP Neal Casal

    Majestic Sanctuary

    I know, it's so tragic.

  4. Joseph Babica

    BLACKFOOT CHIC! I DIG IT🤘🤘🤘🤘 GREAT TIMES! YOU KNOW YOUR JAMS😉😎

  5. Sherry Nanney

    very good song Thank You. I think. Rickey Medlocke is. amazing. and he does not get the credit that he deserves

    John A.

    Sherry Nanney
    Oh Sherry. I lived to see them in the 80s. Saw them so many times. To this day,still my favorite southern boogie band. Actually saw Rick in January of ‘18 at BB Kings in NYC. THE MAN STILL KICKS ASS!,