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Grandpa Was A
Farmer lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's
really a good country/bluegrass song recorded by The Marksmen.
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Grandpa Was A Farmer Recorded by The Marksmen Written by Mark Earle Wheeler
C Grandpa was a farmer when I was a kid G7 He never made no money but he loved what he did C He'd get up in the morning and go milk the cow G7 C Get out his old team of mules and go to the fields and plow
He took us to church on Sunday he taught us how to pray G7 C And I remember the things he used to say
F C He'd say young'uns don't forget where you came from G7 And don't forget how God's been good to you F C Be proud to be raised in the country D7 G7 Stand up for the old red white and blue
C G7 C It won't hurt to get a little dirt on your britches C7 F When you go out into the woods and pray C Young'uns don't forget where you came from G7 C Where I'm going and when you meet me there someday
I walked the fields he planted the day he passed away G7 I thought of how we'd meet again on one glorious day C But until then I'll keep working tending to his fields G7 C Hoping I can do things the way my grandpa did
G7 F C Where I'm going and when you meet me there someday
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