We've been up here in this city.
Livin' in the grease and grime.
Girl it's a doggone pity
We ain't been gettin' any time.
I've been preachin' 'bout back home.
How it can make you feel so alive.
Tell ya what we can do,
Baby let's me and you take a little drive

[Chorus]
Welcome to the farm
Where you can roll your windows down
Baby take my arm,
Ain't hearin' nothin' such a beautiful sound?
We can take the tractor down the road, go walkin' 'round the bend
Lay by the river, climb up in the barn
Welcome to the farm, yeah yeah

There ain't no card in your pocket.
If we're gonna turn that old gas pump on
It's cash for everything around here.
That's just the way it's been for so long
How'd you like a coke in a green glass bottle?
It's colder than that plastic stuff
Watch how miss Annie at the counter
Tells that story 'bout me wreckin' my truck

[Chorus]

That straw in your hair,
Not an ounce of makeup on ya
As the sun goes down,
Girl I ain't never seen you lookin' so good
As you do right now

[Chorus: x2]

Right there's an old step side
How 'bout that blue sky
So pretty it'll make you cry
We can roll on over yonder
Or sit right here and ponder
Watch the wind whirl by

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Oh

Written By LUKE BRYAN, JEFF STEVENS

Lyrics © BUG MUSIC


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