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The Farmer's Daughter lyrics

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Written by Brian Wilson.

I could come from miles away
Ain't got (ain't got, ain't got)
No place to stay (place to stay, place to stay)
Glad to (glad to, glad to)
Help you plow your fields (help you plow, help you plow)
Farmer's daughter (farmer's daughter, farmer's daughter)

Might be (might be, might be)
Just a couple of days (couple of days, couple of days)
Clean up (clean up, clean up)
Rest and be on my way (on my way, on my way)
Thank you (thank you, thank you)
And I'm much obliged (much obliged, much obliged)
Farmer's daughter (farmer's daughter, farmer's daughter)

Oooo-ooo-ooo-ooo-ooooo
Oooo-ooo-ooo-ooo-ooooo

So long (so long, so long)
Better leave your land (leave your land, leave your land)
Many thanks (many thanks, many thanks)
It was mighty grand (mighty grand, mighty grand)
I do (hope to, hope to)
Hope to see you again (see you again see you again)
Farmer's daughter (farmer's daughter, farmer's daughter)

Oh oh
Farmer's daughter (farmer's daughter, farmer's daughter)

Oh oh
Farmer's daughter (farmer's daughter, farmer's daughter)



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