"Two Feet of Topsoil" as written by Brad Paisley and Robert Arthur....
Yesterday I thought that I was low as I could get
I'd hit rock bottom ever since you up and left
But this morning when I saw you with somebody else, well, needless to say
That's when I started sinking even lower
And as far as where I'm at today

There's two feet of topsoil
A little bit of bedrock,
Limestone in between
A fossilized dinosaur
A little patch of crude oil
A thousand feet of granite underneath
And then there's me

I was kinda hopin' I could dig my way back out
A couple dozen roses, maybe get you back somehow
But the love in your eyes as you talked to him today was plain to see
So I ain't gonna get involved,
But should you change your mind
Well, you know right where I'll be

There's two feet of topsoil
A little bit of bedrock,
Limestone in between
A fossilized dinosaur
A little patch of crude oil
A thousand feet of granite underneath
And then there's me

There's two feet of topsoil
A little bit of bedrock,
Limestone in between
A fossilized dinosaur
A little patch of crude oil
A thousand feet of granite underneath
And then there's me

There's two feet of topsoil
A little bit of bedrock,
Limestone in between
A fossilized dinosaur
A little patch of crude oil
A thousand feet of granite underneath
And then there's me


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"Two Feet of Topsoil" as written by Robert Arthur Brad Paisley

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    General CommentWow this is a great song!! has a nice beat to it. sad meanng tho. See to me it says that when this gurl broke up with him he was so upset that he didnt think it was posible to be anymore upset. But when reality hit and she had moved on he got even more upset than he thought was possible.

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    LovelyLoron July 22, 2005   Link

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