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"She Works Hard for the Money" is a chart-topping Dance-Rock and New Wave, 1983 global hit single by singer Donna Summer. It was the first single released from the album of the same name. Summer performed the song live - as the opening act - on the 1984 Grammy Awards. It scored the largest viewing audience of any Grammy telecast in history - a record it still holds as of 2013. Donna was nominated alongside Linda Ronstadt, Bonnie Tyler, Sheena Easton, and Irene… read more
Donna Summer 's brassy, matter-of-fact mezzo does not play the sexy sanctified diva, and her musicians' crisp, loud beats don't evoke rapture or delirium. Instead, she and her rhythm men live up to the title of "She Works Hard for the Money." Here's praise for a waitress' 12-hour workday that sums up Summer 's own post-dance queen job status, as well as disco fans' own spotlighted lives and maintains the pressure, from the steel-and-synth riffs of "Stop, Look & Listen" to the impatient tenderness of "People, People." No one writes about love with as mesmeric a sense of wonder as Summer confesses in "Love Has a Mind of Its Own," "Unconditional Love," and "I Do Believe (I Fell in Love)."Tags: Donna, Summer, She, Works, Hard, For, The, Money,