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Paul McCartney Junior's Farm Lyrics

Last updated: 12/30/2008 10:00:00 AM

(McCartney)

You should have seen me with the poker man,
I had a honey and I bet a grand,
Just in the nick of time I looked at his hand.

I was talking to an Eskimo,
Said he was hoping for a fall of snow,
When up popped a sea lion ready to go.

Let's go, let's go, let's go, let's go
Down to junior's farm where I want to lay low,
Low life, high life, oh, let's go,
Take me down to junior's farm.

(Take me there, Jimmy!)

At the Houses of Parliament
ev'rybody's talking 'bout the President,
We all chip in for a bag of cement.

Holly Harty should have had more sense,
He bought a gee-gee and he jumped the fence,
All for the sake of a couple of pence.

Let's go, let's go, let's go, let's go
Down to junior's farm where I want to lay low,
Low life, high life, oh, let's go,
Take me down to junior's farm.

Let's go, let's go, let's go, let's go
Down to junior's farm where I want to lay low,
Low life, high life, oh, let's go,
Take me down to junior's farm.
Everybody tag along

I took my bag into a grocer's store,
The price is higher than the time before,
Old man asked me why is it more.

I said you should have seen me with the poker man,
I had a honey and I bet a grand,
Just in the nick of time I looked at his hand.

Let's go, let's go, let's go, let's go
Down to junior's farm where I want to lay low,
Low life, high life, oh, let's go,

Take me down to junior's farm,
Let's go, let's go, down to junior's farm where I want to lay low.
Low life, high life, oh, let's go,
Take me down to junior's farm
Ev'rybody tag along.
Take me down to Junior's Farm

Take me back! Take me back! I Wanna go back! Yeh, yeh, yeh! Yeh, Yeh!

(Gasp!)

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JUNIOR'S FARM | Reviewer: Elaine N, Ramey | 2/24/2008

Back in 1980 my husband and I retired to a little two-plus acres home in an historical area of Fairlee Creek. The British had actually come up the creek to fight the Battle of Caulk's Field a shoort distance from where our home was later located. Our youngest son, Robin built a little shed for us which I had designed for my husband's farm tools. My husband was Russell Junior Ramey who grew wonderfil vegetablea there every year. Our two granddaughters named our place JUNIOR'S FARM. Junior located a large rock on our property which he and I hauled to the front of our little rancher and placed the rock next to a beautiful birch tree that my husband, Junior had planted. I always wanted to put the name Junior's Farm on the rock which I never did. Junior passed away and is buried in St. Paul's churchyard on Sandy Bottom Road a short distance away from our home.I reared my two granddaughters, Jessie and Sarah in Florida but they always called our humble little home at Fairlee Creek Junior's Farm. I was forced to sell our home because my youngest son, Robin grew tired of maintaining our place during his vacation days from Florida. We would love to have it back because it was home to Grandpa Juniorand me.