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On that massey 2-4-0
But I was way too busy
Didn't really care to go
So he worked the fields alone
But what I didn't know

Up on that tractor
Things
Like a mystery train... screamin' through the night
There ain't nothin' been the same since The Elvis Thing been around

I grew up drivin' a tractor
a mystery train, screamin' through the night
There ain't nothin' been the same since The Elvis Thing been around

I grew up drivin' a tractor and playin'
When I was young
I never knew
What this thing called love
Could do to you
But since you been gone
And I've been on my own
I've been feeling
Broke into you car last night
Took your stereo
Now you say you don't know why
You even live there anymore
The garage man didn't see a thing
So
Pre>capo at 4 intro: em am (twice)

Em am em am
Weeping statues elvis sightings visitations man struck by lightning
Em am em am
Everyday someone gets
a tractor pull 
I'm haunted by my illicit, explicit dreams 
And I can't really wake up 
So I just drift in between 
Thinking the glass is half empty
D-Day was upon me 
And I had to make a choice
Next thing I know
I'm at the wheel of Elvis' Rolls Royce

Well I made a left at Parliament
And hit
tractor pulls and Red Man chew Corporate relo refugees that need love too 
we ain't seen Elvis in a year or two
we got justification for wealth and greed~
A world as silent as the morning snow
Lombard and Gabble on the lately show
It's the time we both remember
The things we love the best
Winter
There are some that blindly and happily plow
While the tractor screams "feed me some oil"
The scraping of gears and the gnashing of teeth fall
closer to God

And she fires up that old Chevy
Gets to the truckers in time
Serves up the biscuits and gravy
And the wisecracks by nine

She's
copied your singing style from?
John: What about my book?
Alan: John, go away.
John: What about my...
Paul: Used to be sort of influenced by Elvis in
I drove a beat up tractor down a one lane road
Pick her up early and away we'd go
Down to the river by the edge of her daddy's farm
We used to lay
to get by

And Maria came from Nashville with a suitcase in her hand
I always kinda sorta wished I looked like Elvis
And in my head there's all these
Well I live all alone in Chickasaw County
Way out on 109
Where the run-down barns and rusty tractors
Are covered in Kudzu vines
For eighty-five
'Here's to the makers of things built to last
Like church bells and bridges, and baseball on grass
Like Ferguson tractors and Lucchese boots
My daddy's
in 
Like in an Elvis film 
You were singing Love Me Tender
I was hypnotized 

By your blue eyes 
And the next thing I remember
Will you know
They call us a two lane just passing by slow down town
Yeah, they say what’s there to do when you ain’t got nothin’ around
Just a few street
I saw Elvis washing clothes
In the launderette by the growth
Watchin' powder on his nose
Down the Harrow Road
He was talkin' 'bout a song
Had it
There's a for-sale sign on a big ol rusty tractor
You can't miss it it's the first thing that you see
Just up the road a pale blue water tower
With I
The black is by the fire
The lights are on the tree
Elvis sings Blue Christmas for you and me
Everything is perfect
The candles have it glow
The only
There's a for-sale sign on a big ol rusty tractor
You can't miss it it's the first thing that you see
Just up the road a pale blue water tower
bought him the land
He said, “The work may be hard but its honest
I’ll pay ‘em by May if I can.”
Sometimes they’d talk about children
Names and things
school car wreck?
Who burnt crosses on your lawn?
The Easter bunny is made of chocolate/We eat bunnies made of chocolate
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