Farmer in Florida (Kitty Donahue) Me and my good wife spent most of our lives Together workin' God's earth so others could eat. It's the way that I chose it and Harriet knows it That she don't regret it, her life has been complete. But now our kids have grown, left the coutry for another home In the city where there's livin' they say to get things done. So Harriet she dried her tears, says we've been here for thirty years, Now it's our turn to get out and have us some fun. Refrain: But there ain't nothin' for a farmer in Florida When his heart is still planting wheat fields back home, O Lord. Loaded our pick-up truck, changed our address and packed up Told our old friends good bye and we drove away. Now we live in a tin can, I feel like another man Goin' to movies on the weekend and playing cribbage all day. But Harriet she's in her prime, doing something all the time With the ladies on our street she sees every day. Sometimes when I'm walking alone, see those big birds flying home For the summer, I could just jump up and sail away. from: Sally Rogers - ""Love Will Guide Us"" Copyright Kitty Donahue XX OCT98
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