Safety Morning, Noon and Night. By: Brenton Ward Jr. (X89). Seven A.M. it's time
to roll, get yourself into the hole. Grab your torch and welding line, but don't ...
Safety Morning, Noon and Night By: Brenton Ward Jr. (X89)
Seven A.M. it’s time to roll, get yourself into the hole Grab your torch and welding line, but don’t ignore that warning sign Steel-toed boots upon your feet, means that you won’t miss a beat Safety specs upon your face, this can be one dangerous place Safety first and safety last, you could lose your life so fast Safety last and safety first, you don’t want to ride the hearse Safety morning, noon and night, and everything’s gonna be alright For a life without remorse, safety is the wisest course Lunchtime comes, let’s take a break, eat your beans and eat your steak Whistle blows, let’s play it cool, you don’t want to act the fool Hard hat, gloves and long-sleeved shirt helps keep you from being hurt And if children are a future hope, don’t you cross that RADCON rope Whistle blows, there’s no debate, time for you to hit that gate You’ve got important things to do, better times are calling you But you’re not a racing star; the parking lot is not NASCAR Before you put your car in drive, remember to arrive alive