"Loggin' Man" as written by and Del Mccoury....
He's up at morning at the crack of dawn

His high top shoes and his Levis on

He eats ham and egg and biscuit bread

He's in the woods time the sun gets red



He's a chain saw log skiddin' tree climbing, limb dodging truck driving ?rough old loggin' man



His skin is leather, has a steel backbone,

He's stubborn as a mule and twice as strong

He'll cut a hundred trees in an hour if he can

He won't back down he's a heck of a man



He's a chain saw log skiddin tree climbing, limb dodging truck driving rough ol' loggin man



He works in the sun and the rain and snow

He works in the winter when the cold wind blows

The reason why he works hard all week long

Is his little wife is waiting for his pay back home.



He's a chain saw log skiddin tree climbing, limb dodging truck driving rough ol' loggin man

He's a chain saw log skiddin tree climbing, limb dodging truck driving rough ol' loggin man



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"Loggin' Man" as written by Del Mccoury

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