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The Sweet Business of Laborers

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Nine and sevens

Harbor City forecast good.

Same old-same old in a hold.

Come spirit,

He’s gone. He’s gone.

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IgG

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ILWU workers?

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Yeouch, this is a tough one!

I'll guess "honey"... and admit right out that this is based entirely on the title as I'm getting nowhere with the riddle's clues.

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Clue: An alternative to weeping for liberty reveals the man in song.

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a bird watcher looking for humming birds at 9:07

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a man on his way to work nine and sevens being the vehicle same old traffic the hold hes gone to work or out of traffic

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Sorry about this one guys and girls. Not my style, just trying something new. If I could delete it I would. They're lyrics. Should have made that clear to begin with.

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So, it's not much, but "Harbor City forecast good" sounds like, "LA Sunshine" which is a song by War...

Is that the right track? If so, 977 is a song by the Pretenders...

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