Working around the clock
Meanings of "Working around the clock"
When you're working around the clock, it means you're busy all day and all night long. Around the clock means for an entire 24-hour day. The phrase around the clock is used most commonly when someone is hard at work, or is doing something difficult. You might say that a new baby seems to cry around the clock, or that the emergency room in your city is busy around the clock.
“If I needed somebody to criticize me around the clock, I could’ve brought T. Ray along!”
Kaut kas tiek darīts visu dienu un nakti bez apstājas.
"Working around the ..." in lyrics
So much to talk about, nothing to say (think about it).
I could go on about how you're not just an ordinary girl
working around the clock, but you can't wait to write yor book.
To live as you want to, you should go to college, friend. Attend every lecture in order to flunk no classes. To have it your way in the land of your distant "then." To have it — no trade-offs, no ifs and no second guesses.
To live as you want to, keep working around the clock — no sick leaves, vacations, or days off, no endless moaning. Look up to the great ones, be envious, walk the walk, and clear all the hurdles you face on your trying journey; the corporate ladder, ride that elevator up, for those from above are self-made, and it bears repeating, but as you go higher, would you ever care to stop and notice its bloodstained walls and that it's been peed in?