"Simple as Dirt" as written by and Phillip White Tommy Conners....
Been like a rolling wheel in these fertile fields
Since I was five years old
Between then and now I bet I've pulled this plow
About a million miles or so

I have never been nowhere, oh, but I don't care
To me there is no where else to go
And in all and all I am, it's just who I am
It's as complicated as new plowed earth
Simple as dirt

I love my wife and kids just like my daddy did
And my daddy's dad before
And their philosophy was handed down to me
Life is easy as a hard day's work
Simple as dirt

Well, I live my life one day at a time
That's the only way I know
Oh lord, I have paid my debts and I have no regrets
And I reap the things I sow

And I'll keep pulling weeds and planting seeds
Until I reach the end of the road
But you can lay me down this familiar ground
And on my stone carve just three words
Simple as dirt

I love my wife and kids just like my daddy did
And my daddy's dad before
And their philosophy was handed down to me
Life is easy as a hard day's work
Simple as dirt

Been like a rolling wheel through these fertile fields
Since I was five years old



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"Simple as Dirt" as written by Tommy Conners Phillip White

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