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Disappearing Farmer lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
use only, it's a sobering song that's a bit scary in light of our
current problems, recorded by John Anderson.
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Disappearing Farmer Recorded by John Anderson Written by James Cowan and Sandy Pinkard
C G7 F C I remember Grandpa standing over by the gate G7 F C His eyes turned up to heaven wondering why the rain was late F C And it seems so sad to look back now and see him lying there G7 F C In a $500 casket with the dirt still in his hand
F C It's a sad truth when the wind can blow a man's whole life away F C Like it strips the topsoil from the ground where the corn grew yesterday F C Makes him a disappearing farmer cause his dreams rode with that wind G7 F C And all he knows is dominoes and some close old wrinkled friends
G7 F C Grandpa saw it comin' of that there ain't no doubt G7 F C With the bankers on his doorstep and a cotton killin' drought F C But he was a kind and he was a gentle man until the bitter end G7 F C And he was smilin' on his deathbed glad he hadn't sold out to them
G7 F C Now a modern two lane blacktop runs across the old homeplace G7 F C And the man that ran the graveyard didn't recognize my face F C And the ground beneath seems drier now my God when will it rain G7 F C And pushing pretty flowers around my grandpa's grave
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