Family Bible And The Farmer's Almanac
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by Randy Travis.
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Family Bible And The Farmer's Almanac Recorded by Randy Travis Written by Bob Regan and Lee Miller
G C G C My father's father was the wisest man I ever knew G C G C Sixty years of education seven years of school G C G Farming kept his body strong at night the only books he owned C G D7 G Kept his mind sharp as a tack D7 Em G D7 G The family Bible and the farmer's almanac
D7 C G When to plant when to harvest how you reap just what you sow D7 C D7 When to look for rain and who to turn to when it don't C D7 Em There was a plan for early frost salvation for the lost C G D7 G Words to live and die by front to back D7 Em G D7 G The family Bible and the farmer's almanac
C G C One came from his mother handed down the day she died G C G C The co-op sent the other every year at Christmas time G C G He knew the seasons to the day knew Paul and Peter by first name C G D7 G He could answer any question he was asked D7 Em G D7 G With the family Bible and the farmer's almanac
C D7 Em He knew the way to get through this life to the next C G D7 While others spoke of faith he found the facts G D7 G In the family bible and the farmer's almanac Em G D7 G The family Bible and the farmer's almanac
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