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  1. Working Class Hero - John Lennon
  2. Dirty Work - Steely Dan
  3. Working Girl - The Members
  4. Finest Worksong - R.E.M.
  5. I’ve Been Working On The Railroad - Traditional
  1. Chain Gang - The Pretenders
  2. Factory - Bruce Springsteen
  3. Working For The Weekend - Loverboy
  4. This F--king Job - Drive By Truckers
  5. She Works Hard For The Money - Donna Summer
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