"Farmer's Blues" as written by and Connie Smith Marty Stuart....
Who'll buy my wheat
Who'll buy my corn
To feed my babies when they're born
Seeds and dirt
A prayer for rain
That I can use
I work the land
I watch the sky
I talk to God and wonder why
But it's the only like I know
These farmer's blues
I see the seasons come and go
Sendin' rain, fire, and snow
I'm at the mercy of it all
This life I choose
Sometimes I hang my head and cry
When that evenin' train goes by
Wish it could take me far away
These farmer's blues
The tractor's old
The fence is down
Put on my suit and go to town
Ask for a loan
And I know well
They might refuse
Back at home
Still by my side
The one I love
With worried eyes
Waits for me
To love away
These farmer's blues
I see the seasons come and go
Sendin' rain, fire, and snow
I'm at the mercy of it all
This life I choose
Sometimes I hang my head and cry
When that evenin' train goes by
Wish it could take me far away
These farmer's blues
(Yodel)


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"Farmer's Blues" as written by Marty Stuart Connie Smith

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