Lunch Time Lyrics - George Hamilton Iv

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Four years ago I was just
a hard workin' coal mining man.
I carried my lunch box to work every day.
And I carried it back home again.

One day down in shaft number nine,
I was diggin' that dirty black coal.
When my pick hit something and then I looked.
It was a vein of pure gold.

I dug out a good sized hunk,
lucky that I was alone.
For I put the gold in my own lunch box,
then I carried it home.

The nugget brought 4,000 clams.
So every day after lunch,
I took the box to my secret place,
and chipped out another hunk.

Well rour years ago I was just
a coal miner punchin' the clock.
But now I'm the owner and president.
Because of that little lunch box,
Because of that little lunch box.

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------ 11/24/2014

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