His daddy drives a big rig
Down a road that never ends
And he'll grow up and drive that truck
Just like him
At six years old she'll pretend
She's goin' off to work
Till that day comes
When just like mom
She'll be come a nurse

Its Simply Traditional
Its unconditional
With no chance for a change of mind
We just keep passin' it on down the line
And even though its hard
To fill their shoes
Its a way of life they gladly choose
And you can call it predictable
But its Simply Traditional

While watching his young son
Till the old farm with a plow
He remembers when
His dad taught him
Standing there and feeling proud
Workin' on a hand made quilt
She's eighty-five years old
Now watch her smile
While her grandchild
Wants to learn to sew

Its Simply Traditional
Its unconditional
With no chance for a change of mind
We just keep passin' it on down the line
And even though its hard
To fill their shoes
Its a way of life they gladly choose
And you can call it predictable
But its Simply Traditional

Now me I learned to sing the way
That all my heroes sang
I'm stickin' to my country roots
And if it ain't the latest thing
(spoken) Well thats ok

Its Simply Traditional
Its unconditional
With no chance for a change of mind
I'll just keep passin' it on down the line
And even though its hard
To fill their shoes
Its a way of life I gladly choose
And you can call it predictable
But I'm Simply Traditional

Yeah you can call it predictable
But I'm Simply Traditional


Lyrics submitted by Bubba Jank

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