Margo Price - Pay Gap
Intro: A Verse A Honey, I work so hard for my money E And I leave my babies at home Breaking my back trying to bring home a check A And working my fingers to the bone A7 At the end of the day it feels like a game D One I was born to lose A E This institution a dead revolution D A Is giving young women abuseInterlude E/D E/D E/D E/D E/Db E A Verse A It's not that I'm asking for more than I'm owed E And I don't think I'm better than you You say that we live in the land of the free A Well, sometimes that bell don't ring true A7 It's been that way, with no equal pay D And I want to know when it will be fixed A E D A Women do work and get treated like slaves since 1776E Pay gap, pay gap D A Why don't you do the math? E Pay gap, pay gap D A Ripping my dollars in halfInterlude E/D E/D E/D E/D E/Db E A Solo (just like the verse) A E A A7 D A E D A Verse A No matter your religion, no matter your race E No matter your orientation No matter your creed and no matter your taste A No matter your denomination A7 We are all the same in the eyes of God D But in the eyes of rich white men A E No more than a maid to be owned like a dog D A A second-class citizenE Pay gap, pay gap D A Why don't you do the math? E Pay gap, pay gap D A Ripping my dollars in halfOutro E/D E/D E/D E/D E/Db E A E/D E/D E/D E/D E/Db E AE Pay gap, pay gap D A Why don't you do the math? E Pay gap, pay gap D A Ripping my dollars in half
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