Yellow Hills Music

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Song Description

All of the memories I have of my Grandfather revolve around work. Working on the farm, working on his truck, etc. As a kid I disliked a great deal all the work we did, but now looking back I realize that those times were some of the best in my life. Also,

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Every summer my parents shipped me off
To a place known as old bill brown?s farm
Spent my days occupied doing all my chores
Milking cows, bucking hay, and cleaning barns

Looking back I learned a lot
Working under that bright red sun
While listening to the sounds of locusts ? in the trees

Now I see that mending fences
Was better than any education I had
Now I see that mending fences
Was all for me ? shaped the man they knew I?d be
Oh ?mending fences was all for me?

At that young age I hated working the farm
Cursed my parents and my grandpa too
But their lessons teach me even today
How to work and act like great men do!

Looking back I had some fun
Fishing with grub-worms in small ponds
While listening to the sounds of locusts ? in the trees

Now I see that mending fences
Was better than any education I had
Now I see that mending fences
Was all for me ? shaped the man they knew I?d be

Bridge/lead

Now I see that mending fences
Was better than any education I had
Now I see that mending fences
Was all for me ? shaped the man they knew I?d be

Oh ? mending fences
Shaped the man they knew I?d be
Oh ? mending fences
Like the men who came before me
Oh ? mending fences, oh ? mending fences

Song Length
4:38
Genres
Country - General, Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Content, Glad

Subject Matter
General, Pride


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Clyde Brett Barnes/Bud Barnes
Music Credits Clyde Brett Barnes/ Bud Barnes
Producer Credits Bud Barnes
Publisher Credits Yellow Hills Music
Performance Credits Jason Nelligan - Vocals