You’ve seen the mountains
And the green fields of home
You’ve gone many miles
And your tires are worn

you worked hard every season
A lifetime spent at twenty-five
A heavy load hauled in the back
The wind and weather stole your shine

But Every scratch tells us a story
Of how things used to be

CHORUS:
Back when we worked to put food on our table,
Back when we’d help a friend
When tractors and working men were the heartbeat of this land
Old farm truck take me back
Take me back there if you can

You’re sitting in the lot, now
The farming men are all gone
The fields are lying fallow
And only time continues on

But Every scratch tells us a story
Of how things used to be

Back when we worked to put food on our table,
Back when we’d help a friend
When tractors and working men were the heartbeat of this land
Old farm truck take me back
Take me back there if you can

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