‘All Work Together’ by Woody Guthrie

‘All Work Together’

by Woody Guthrie100_2431

“My mommy told me an’ the teacher told me, too,
There’s all kinds of work that I can do:
Dry my dishes, sweep my floor,
But if we all work together it won’t take very long…”

You can read the complete poem here. Woody Guthrie was born on this day in 1912, you can read and listen to more of his work through Surrey Libraries.

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