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Music & Lyrics - Sara Morgan
Guitar: Carl Butler
Bass: Chris Bradley
Drums: Duncan Burnett
Pedal Steel: Bobby DeMoss
Recorded at Chapman Recording & Mastering, Lenexa, KS

Lyrics

DRIVE A TRACTOR
By Sara Morgan

She turned 18 on the 10th of May
She watched all her friends pack up their pickup trucks and drive away
Leaving that little town had never crossed her mind
So when they crossed that river for the big city she just waved goodbye
She wanted something more
Something she could be remembered for

CHORUS
She took the title to that piece of land
on the outskirts of town
picked up that bag of seeds
her ole man was handin down
He said "wanna do something bigger than you,
somethin that matters?
Well girl you feed the whole wide world when you Drive a Tractor"

VERSE
He said "well it ain't easy
to make corn grow in perfect rows
But with some work and water
You'll feed families you'll never know
And if you can make cotton blossom
Be proud of that
Cause you're the reason that your neighbors got a shirt on his back
She wanted somethin' more....

CHORUS
She took the title to that piece of land
on the outskirts of town
Picked up that bag of seeds
Her ole man was handin' down
He said wanna do somethin' bigger than you
Somethin that matters
Well girl you feed the whole wide world
When you drive a tractor

BRIDGE
She ran in to an old friend
Who asked her why she never got out

CHORUS
She said I took the title to my famiy's land
On the outskirts of town
Picked up that bag of seeds
My ole was handin' down
Wanna be somethin' bigger than me
Somethin' that matters
And I get to feed the whole wide world
For you, your wife, and your little girls,
That's why I drive a tractor

REFRAIN
Leavin that little town had never crossed her mind
So when they crossed that river for the big city
She just waved goodbye.