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from Teri Yakimoto

"A Day At Office" is track #18 on the album Teri Yakimoto.
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Out in the backyard yesterday,
trimming the hedges while the neighbor's kids were in pool.
The power cord got a little close to water's edge,
and sent 10,000 volts down,

little Billy's spine.
He was only nine.
Better luck next time.

Woke up one Sunday afternoon.
The family's gone on a hunting trip for caribou.
Broke out the ladder gonna fix some holes up on the roof.
I slipped and fell and,

landed on the ground.
No one was around.
When will I be found?

I'm sure not glad it happened,
but I'm happy as can be,
that it took the life from someone else.
Better them than me.

Bought a home right by the plant.
They said she'd never blow again, like she did before.
Perhaps they spoke a bit to soon 'cause, a half passed noon,
she blew like hell, and,

then the sky turned red.
Toxins overhead.
Everybody's dead.

Everybody's dead.

Pleasant dreams, and thanks for listening.

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