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the dirt is black
So do the years fly by
He stayed home with mom
I travelled far and wide
And like a good man does
He listened when I called
Told him
boy I helped the old man
Workin' in the fields
And everyday, we hauled the hay
To the rollin' of the wheels
'Til one day the tractor laid
The old
here
I got a moonshine stash in a cypress stomp
And a catfish line going, bom bom
An old tractor tire where I sit by the fire
And drink to a sweet
afternoon

That old dog is laying under grandpa's old chair
He ain't looking for nothing to do
And that tractor is stirrin' up dust over there
On this
old gray mules

The farm grew to be a money maker
And the house he lived in
Grew up room by room
The boy worked hard
But soon got tired of farmin'
and snow
I'm at the mercy of it all
This life I choose
Sometimes I hang my head and cry
When that evenin' train goes by
Wish it could take me far away
cause I got mad
And I came to blows with my old man
Where I came back to settle down
This is where they'll put me in the ground
This is my town
Nah na nah
the roadside, families stop to wonder 
At the new October morning 
And a red tailed hawk is circling 
And a father hugs his daughter 
And an old man holds
and snow
I'm at the mercy of it all
This life I choose
Sometimes I hang my head and cry
When that evenin' train goes by
Wish it could take me far away
the bend
Lay by the river, climb up in the barn
Welcome to the farm, yeah yeah

There ain't no card in your pocket
If we're gonna turn that old gas pump
matters the most in this life
And I have decided I'm takin' a stand
To stay on that fifty year plan
Inspired by the words of a very wise man

He said,
yesterdays
Where I ran off cause I got mad 
And I came to blows with my old man
Where I came back to settle down 
This is where they'll put me in
Hello darlin'
(This is country music)
God bless the USA
(This is country music)
Amarillo by morning
(This is country music)
Stand by your man
(This
With my eyes closed and in the dark
This ol' dirt road ain't on no map
I knew the way by heart
And the house still looks the same
Though the name
the bag with the coins

Call me tomorrow, come over here
See if we can figure this out
There in an eye winking curiously
By the campground, the bedside
With my eyes closed and in the dark
This ol' dirt road ain't on no map
I knew the way by heart
And the house still looks the same
Though the name
years my people raised cotton
Till granddaddy lost this land
Now we're scattered all over this end of the state
Gettin' by any way that we can
But
With my eyes closed and in the dark
This ol' dirt road ain't on no map
I know the way by heart

[Chorus]
And the house still looks the same
Though
he'd do anything he could in this world
Just to give his young family a better life; yeah, a better life

Oh, that's a man
That's a 19-year-old
he'd do anything he could in this world
Just to give his young family a better life; yeah, a better life

Oh, that's a man
That's a 19-year-old
and a gettin’ all up in my grill

That man’s got eyes all over this town
Got us under surveillance when I take her out
She ain’t just his daughter she’s his
I didn't have a clue,
How I'd miss all the whiskey an' women.
I tried to be true, but it's all I can do,
Keepin' up with the Jonesin'.

Man, this
About that time a car drove by
With an Ace Insurance bumper sticker
Well that must be the man been courtin' Abell
He's somethin' of a city slicker
(Ah,
Susie was a pearl of a woman
Jack was a golden man
She told him she’d love him forever
He gave her a wedding band
Their parents said they were
home
And draggin' my butt to work
With the smell of her perfume on my shirt
I'd be on the tractor she'd be on my mind
With that sun beatin' down on this