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I know you scared of that cock-a-doodle-do

Don't worry he ain't gonna hurt yaI know you ain't never milked a cow before
You ain't never slung hay from a second floor barn door
You never heard of Daisy or of Willie May, well that's okay

Can I tell ya, Back that thing up
Throw it in reverse, let daddy load it up
Hunny, back that thing up
If you gonna work a farm you gotta learn to drive a truck
Hunny, back that thing up

Yeah yeah right back heer

You ain't lookin to at home in them cowboy boots
But them pigtails and cutoffs work on you
You gonna learn to love this kinda life
You're gonna fit right in, now shut up and drive and

Back that thing up
Throw it in reverse, let daddy load it up
Hunny, back that thing up
If you gonna work a farm you got to learn to drive a truck
Come on, back that thing up

We still got a lot to do, open tha gate what'll ya do
Ain't no time to play today, no rollin in tha hay

Back that thing up darlin'
Just go on and throw it in reverse, let daddy load it up for ya
Now back that thing up
If ya gonna work a farm you gotta learn to drive a truck

Hunny back that thing up
Come on throw her in reverse darlin' and get it on back here to daddy

I need ya to pull her on the other side of tha barn now
Na na you gotta turn them wheels
There ya go
Now crank her back to tha? right there



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