90 Days of Pushin’ Broom by Gaylia Kenslow – Stogsdill

90 days of pushin’ broom pays me well
	And I sing this tune –
I have glasses now – and that’s a fact.
I got them free without any act.
There’s a stereo I play till dawn
With the volume up and my ear phones on.
I wear old clothes and heavy shoes,
And, yes, I must pay Union dues.
Those old stogies I sweep up –
For Roger Miller – I save a cup.
Fridays are special to me –
I do my banking at Genesee.
Today I’m among the majority –
I’m one of the folks with seniority.
And me and my broom and shovel –
Will do our best to stay outta trouble

Gaylia Kenslow – Stogsdill
Written for her daughter Kirstie after she hired into General Motors.

Copyright Roy Richard

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