"Crank My Tractor" as written by Steven Dale Jones and Mark Narmore....
Mum I think I found my Mr. Right
I wanna bring him home to meet you Friday Night
And all he brings me flowers
And he calls me out all hours
Just to say he loves me so
Before we head out to the farm
There's a few things you and Daddy need to know

He ain't never pushed a plow
He don't drive a pickup truck
He ain't never milked a cow
He don't tear the dance floor up
He ain't country father's a little own suicide
But that don't matter for sure
He does crank my tractor!

Once you've sen the world from that old porch swing
You wonder why he's livin' in the basket
Mumma don't you worry
I think that you can goad him with your home-made apple pie
Though he ain't got balanced hands
But he's more than strong enough to hold me tight

He ain't never pushed a plow
He don't drive a pickup truck
He ain't never milked a cow
He don't tear the dance floor up
He ain't country father's a little own suicide
But that don't matter for sure
He does crank my tractor!

He ain't country father's a little own suicide
But that don't matter for sure
He does crank my tractor!

He ain't never pushed a plow
He don't drive a pickup truck
He ain't never milked a cow
He don't tear the dance floor up
He ain't country father's a little own suicide
But that don't matter for sure
He does crank my tractor!

He sure does crank my tractor!

Oh he sure does crank my tractor!


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