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The Finest 'arvest of the Wurzels (The Wurzels) · Woodstock 40 Years On: Back to Yasgur's Farm (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Woodstock 40 Years On: Back to Yasgur's Farm (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Woodstock 40 Years On: Back to Yasgur's Farm (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Bought the Farm (Captain Tractor) · Farm Aid: Keep America Growing, Vol. 1 (Farm Aid) · Snake Farm (Ray Wylie Hubbard) · Restless on the Farm (Jerry Douglas) · Mommy and Me: Old MacDonald Had a Farm [1998] (The Countdown Kids) · Parchment Farm Blues (The Kingston Trio) – and 90 other albums »


I was born in Michigan and I wish and wish again
That I was back in the town where I was born
There's a farm in Michigan and I'd like to fish again
I was born in Michigan and I wish and wish again
That I was back in the town where I was born
There's a farm in Michigan and I'd like to fish again
Demonstrate I was
Raised from the start
By a priest and
the maid on the part.
Still know what
to wear on my back:
Michigan!
Ponshewaing!
which I'll now give to you 
Our cousins wish was granted and so his dream came true 
His gas shares doubled, while his telecoms soared 
Til he had
to one day buy a farm
And turn it into a health club with top people charm
Any evening, any day, I'm singing to myself
Ill pack up all my clothes
too young to realize
That I'd regret all it by and by

And I wish I had the love that was offered to me
When I was just too young and blind to see
too young to realize
That I'd regret all it by and by

And I wish I had the love that was offered to me
When I was just too young and blind to see
later
I'm down to one very thin dime
And I wish I was back home in Texas
And I'd never seen Sunset and Wine

I wish I'd never seen Sunset and Vine
I was the first - back on the farm
Possibility and me
Well he took a leaf he lives and dies by his deed
And the kids - he politicized
This is
the green lights look red
Wish I was back home on the farm in my feather bed

Get myself a rockin' chair
To see if I can lose
Them thin dime hard times
the green lights look red
Wish I was back home on the farm in my feather bed.

   Get myself a rockin' chair
   To see if I can lose
   Them thin dime
to one day buy a farm
And turn it into a health club with top people charm
Any evening, any day, I'm singing to myself
Ill pack up all my clothes
which I'll now give to you 
Our cousins wish was granted and so his dream came true 
His gas shares doubled, while his telecoms soared 
Til he had
way to go Ohio

I went back to Ohio 
But my pretty countryside 
Had been paved down the middle 
By a government that had no pride 
The farms
My daddy was an honest man just a red dirt Georgia farm boy
My mama spent her young life raisin' kids and bailin' hay
Now I was just fifteen when I
It's early up Ontario farm, Chicken crow for day
I wish I grew Annapolis apples up above Fundy Bay
Oh it seems so far away

On the ridge above
Ohio

I went back to Ohio
But my pretty countryside
Had been paved down the middle
By a government that had no pride
The farms of Ohio
Had been
you go, Ohio?

I went back to Ohio
But my pretty countryside
It had been paved down the middle
By a government that had no pride

The farms
some time
I thought I might go on by when your memory came flooding in and you closed that door.

Wish I was a freight train baby
Wish I was a diesel
way to go Ohio

I went back to Ohio 
But my pretty countryside 
Had been paved down the middle 
By a government that had no pride 
The farms
If night was longer
Could I escape the day?

Nowhere to run to, nowhere to hide
Sing the song or keep it inside
Bought the farm, but the farmer
He was born in Big Beaver by the borderline
He started playing hockey by the time he was nine
His dad took the hose and froze the back yard
to one day buy a farm
And turn it into a health club with top people charm
Any evening, any day, I'm singing to myself
Ill pack up all my clothes
action
His body was sent back on a plane and then by train
And then they brought the body from the train station
To Route 1 Box 144

He never did
My daddy was an honest man, just a redneck Georgia farm boy
My momma spent her short life, raisin' kids and bailin' hay
And I was just fifteen when