International Harvester Lyrics - Craig Morgan

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I'm the son of a third generation farmer
I've been married 10 years to the farmer's daughter
I'm a God fearing hardworking combine driver
Hogging up the road on my p-p-p-p-plower
Chug-a-lug-a-lugin 5 miles an hour
On my International Harvester.

3 miles of cars laying on their horns
Falling on deaf ears of corn
Lined up behind me like a big parade
Late to work, road raged jerks
Shouting obscene words flippin me the bird

Well you maybe be on a state paved road
But that blacktop runs through my pay load
Excuse me for trying to do my job
But this year ain't been no bumper crop
If you don't like the way I'm a driving
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Get back on the interstate
Otherwise sit tight and be nice
And quit your honking at me that way

Cause I'm the son of a 3rd generation farmer
I've been married 10 years to the farmer's daughter
I got 2 boys in the county 4-H
I'm a lifetime sponsor of the FFA
Hey that's what I make
I make a lot of Hay for a little pay
and I'm proud to say
I'm a God fearing hardworking






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i collect antigue tractors | Reviewer: Doug | 3/7/13

I colect antique international tracktors and there aint no power like red power. I have a 706, m, 2 h's, super m, supper c, f-12, 2 f-20's, and a regular. they all run and drive exept 3 we just restored our f-20 we didnt want it all shiny and stuff like that we wanted it to look like it did when it came off the asembly line. They didnt put any clear coat over the paint after they painted it. this song is my favorite song

awesome slice of Americana... | Reviewer: Josh Marihugh | 6/14/11

If you had to put a label on me, I guess I'd be a city boy. My dad's family are all farmers though...north central Kansas wheat. A friend sent me this song when I bought an old International Harvester Cadet lawn tractor. It's a GREAT song...a perfect slice of Americana.

I iown one | Reviewer: Anonymous | 4/26/11

I own an International Harvester Travelall and it is the best ever. For you young ones, the last one made was in 1975 and it is a truck!. It was ordered custom made and I have poured money into this money pit with no regrets. The song is my ringtone on my cell phone. I have raised 4 boys, and I am working on the rest of my family. I am a 67 year old grandmother, hunt, gut and skin my own deer, and fish, etc.
All you old ladies in your wheelchairs eat your heart out. LOL LOL just kidding.

write some more | Reviewer: Amy | 11/13/10

I like and play classical music - however my dog prefers country - but when I heard this song I thought it was absolutely great. I love that this farmer is God-fearing and how he lives it out in his dedication to his occupation, his wife and his family. I love that he is willing to take the heat for going 5 mph - for all of us that like to eat.
THANK YOU and write some more!!!

Responce... | Reviewer: Justin | 5/31/10

"I don't know what half the crap is he's talking about (4-H, FFA?) but I love this song haha."

1. TY fir liking the song.
2. The 4H is a public funded company based on like boyscout stuff like that and they pretty much help the environment...
3. The FFA or Future Farmers America is a high school program available almost anywhere in the south east united states and they take students on field trips and tech them all the plants grown in their state or surrounding states and teach them to farm just about anything...

Thats all...
Thanks

Haha I love this song. | Reviewer: Sky | 9/13/09

To start off, I hate country. But I heard this song in my buddys car...the lyrics fit the redneck country stereotype so well I laughed and started singing along. I don't know what half the crap is he's talking about (4-H, FFA?) but I love this song haha.

Hoss | Reviewer: Terry Keeter | 7/1/08

Well written and executed to the T. This song says so much with so few words. It aint really about tractors, more about a certain kind of folk and the best way of life possible. I tip my hat to Mr. Morgan, the song writter the video producer. What a great slice of Americana!


This song is Awensome | Reviewer: Ryan | 5/11/08

My name is Ryan and i live in Prairieburg on a dairy farm all i do is either milk the cows or drive the Case tractors. Case IH Rox!!!! For all those John Deere lovers hate to tell ya but u stink!!! LOL LOL LOL only kidding.I love doing that I also spend lots of time with my favorite Aunt Shelby u Rox Shelb. she is only 12. LOL LOL LOL anyway our family really likes this song because It has International Tractors. Go IH IH IH IH IH talk later- Ryan

This song is Awensome | Reviewer: Ryan | 5/11/08

My name is Ryan and i live in Prairieburg on a dairy farm all i do is either milk the cows or drive the Case tractors. Case IH Rox!!!! For all those John Deere lovers hate to tell ya but u stink!!! LOL LOL LOL only kidding.I love doing that I also spend lots of time with my favorite Aunt Shelby u Rox Shelb. she is only 12. LOL LOL LOL anyway our family really likes this song because It has International Tractors. Go IH IH IH IH IH

SICK REVEIW | Reviewer: Anonymous | 4/16/08

This song is one of the greatest songs ever. It describes me in so many different ways. If your ever a farmer like i am it makes you think a lot of how people do flip you the bird and other stuff they do.

awsome | Reviewer: kendall | 4/7/08

hey this song rocks my socks and flips my flops i luv to listen to it 24 7 if i could all day but then my teachers may get mad all of u out there email me kendallann52@gmail.com
see ya later kendall

GREAT!!!! | Reviewer: Nicholas Wahl | 3/30/08

This song is the perfect new country song. If you have ever lived out in the country (owensborrow Ky) You know the true meaning. But people who think they know what the country is are wrong. I love country and rock. Correct it isnt like classic rock. But it is a step up. Did you ever consider that the farmers daughter could be another farmers daughter. although not said in the song. Use your brain, listen to the words and what they could and do mean. then compare. Country is about life love sad happy etc etc. and its not just bullshit redneck music. You are thinking of bluegrass

This is the BEST song ever!!! | Reviewer: Heather | 3/6/08

Ok...I guess you all have to actually understand country music to understand this song. He has more than ONE job..he drives a plow, a tractor, AND a combine..the person who said that he/she thought it was all three-in-one is retarded. A farmer does more than drive just one machine. They have a very important job and it gives you food that you take for granted. So shut up and if you don't like the song stop looking up the lyrics..I absolutely LOVE this song and Craig Morgan did an AMAZING job on it!!! :D So yeah and by the way...I agree with Erica on the whole marriage thing..there's more than one farmer in thier town..DUH! Some people need to think more before they open their mouths..!!!

You don't understand? | Reviewer: erica | 3/1/08

He's not married to his sister. He's just refering to being married to "the farmer's daughter" it could be any farmer. Maybe the person who thinks farmers are all retarded rednecks should consider exactly where their food comes from. And if America promotes such retards maybe you should move to another country. I like lots of different music, but this song is good. I think it promotes the hard working people that make up the backbone of our country. Besides, most people today can't say that they have been married to anybody's daughter for 10 years, so get off your hi-horse you bunch of city slickers!

Can someone explain this song? | Reviewer: Anonymous | 2/27/08

Aside from the implications that he is married to his sister this song doesn't make sense in a lot of other ways. Is he driving a combine or a tractor? He says he is a combine driver, but he is driving a "plower". Obviously you don't plow with a combine. Then he mentions the "ears of corn". If he is a combine driver, why does he have ears of corn? Since a combine by definition combines picking and shelling operations there are no "ears" of corn. Then he refers to tipping your hat to the man up on the tractor, again making you wonder why he then refers to himself as a combine driver. Finally, why is he driving only 5 mph on the road? Whether it is a combine or a tractor, normal road speed would be 10 to 25 mph. Oh yeah, it is a IH, no wonder it is so slow.


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