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Farmer's Song lyrics and chords

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Farmer's Song lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Murray McLauchlan.

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Farmer's Song
Written and recorded by Murray McLauchlan

G
Dusty old farmer out working your fields
D7
Hanging down over your tractor wheels

The sun beatin' down turns the red pain to orange
G
And rusty old patches of steel


There's no farmer songs on that car radio
C
Just cowboys truck drivers and pain
D7 G Em
Well this is my way to say thanks for the meal
Am D7 G
And I hope there's no shortage of rain


Straw hats and old dirty hankies
D7
Moping a face like a shoe

Thanks for the meal here's a song that is real
G
From a kid from the city to you

Repeat #3


The combines gang up take most of the bread
D7
Things just ain't like they used to be

Though your kids are out after the American dream
G
And they're workin’ in big factories


If I come by when you're out in the sun
C
Can I wave at you just like a friend
D7 G Em
These days when everyone's taking so much
Am D7 G
There's somebody giving back in

Repeat #3

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