KIN

KIN

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Country - Americana | Madison, Wisconsin, United States
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Member Since: 2000
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Song Description

A family struggles as they lose their family farm.

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A modern country ode to the struggle farmers face daily in America. Thoughtful and beautifully sung.

    - Elizabeth Elkins - Broadjam Pro Reviewer

excuse my language but OH HELL YES!!! great melody excellent musicianship, lyrics flow, nothing forced, didn't have to reach for it. nothing even remotely "un-good" about this song, great story you get knocked to the ground, you get back up and start swinging and you win in the end.Truthfully I feel quite unworthy to review this song, its great. I enjoyed it.(could you tell?)

    - william r floyd
Lyrics

1
Well we got some more bad news that day
about our house and land.
It's a lose lose situation.
We've done all we can

With all my unemployment gone,
but we still got bills to pay.
Looks like we'll lose the family farm
in less than ninety days.

First chorus:
90 days to sell the cattle
90 days to sell the feed
90 days to give the tractor back
90 days to sell the seed
In 90 days an auctioneer
will sell everything we own
We're leaving the only place
we've ever called our home
in 90 days

2
So we put the kids to sleep that night
and whispered in our room.
I promised her "We'll be alright.
Together we'll see this through".

And I'd find a job no matter what,
though it might be far away.
We'd make it work, I promised her
it's gonna be okay.

First Chorus

Bridge
Well we tried our best to hold onto the only life we knew.
only had our love to pull us through.
So we had to move and leave our land, the years were long and rough.
But we never thought of quittin' lord........
We're made of stronger stuff.

Well she mended clothes and babysat
I finally got a raise.
When the phone call came "the farm was ours!"
The new place closed.... in 90 days.

Final Chorus:
90 days to buy some cattle
90 days to buy some feed
90 days to buy a Harvester
90 days is all we need
90 days to we'll settle in to
make this house our own
Gettin' a second chance to make this farm our home
in 90 days

I'm takin my family home in 90 days

Song Length
3:51
Genres
Country - General, Country - Traditional
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Gracious, Welcoming

Subject Matter
Luck/Coincidence, Farm Animals

Similar Artists
Alan Jackson, Willie Nelson
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Mitch L'Herault/Frank Green
Music Credits Frank Green/Mitch L'Herault
Producer Credits Frank Green
Publisher Credits Frank Green
Performance Credits John Wesley Ryles