"Grandpa's Farm" as written by Jason Saenz, Adam Hood and Brent Cobb....
It's gonna be a long, hot summer
The heat's gonna come for sure
Making you love me might take longer
But down here everything is slow
Sheets are blowin' on the clothesline
Honeysuckle makes it smell so sweet
The way they feel when ya lay down on 'em
You can't get from no machine

I know you come down every season
Waste time on your grandpa's farm
I ain't tryin' to talk you out of leavin'
A little sun won't do no harm

Go ahead and put your summer dress on
The sky's bright and the water's fine
And if you don't feel like swimmin'
We can find a bank and wet a line
'Cause I know up there in the city
Ain't no space to run 'round in
Down here we got dirt streets
Your bare feet can't help but settle down in

I know you come down every season
Waste time on your grandpa's farm
I ain't tryin' to talk you out of leavin'
A little sun won't do no harm

Grandpa's farm

I'll show you around if you come outside
Ain't no need in hidin' yourself anyhow
I'll show you around if you come outside
Ain't no need in hidin' yourself anyhow
I'll show you around if you come outside
Ain't no need in hidin' yourself anyhow

I know you come down every season
Waste time on your grandpa's farm
I ain't tryin' to talk you out of leavin'
A little sun won't do no harm

Yeah, I can show you around
Yeah, I can show you around
If you come outside
Ain't no need in hidin' yourself


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"Grandpa's Farm" as written by Brent Cobb Adam Hood

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