You Plant Your Fields Song Lyrics and Chords

 

You Plant Your Fields Song Lyrics and Chords by New Grass Revival

 

[chordpress float=”none” format=”yes” hbnotation=”no” interactive=”no” transpose=”0″]You Plant Your Fields
Recorded by New Grass Revival
Written by Donny Lowery and Wendy Waldman
[Em]My father [G]said some things you [Em]learn
By only [C]doin’ when it [D7]comes your [G]turn
Everything comes around so be ready if you [Em]can
Prepare your [C]heart like the [D7]farmer turns his [G]land
And you plant your [Em]fields when the spring is tender
When the summer beats down you pray for [Am]rain
[G]You hope for the harvest and the long cold [C]winter
And then you [B7]plant your fields [Em]again
He [G]spoke right to my restless [Em]soul
Still [C]wild and hungry [D7]and beyond con[G]trol
For all that you dream there’s a time and a [Em]place
But you [C]won’t know it till [D7]it comes your [G]way
Repeat #2
[Em]When the spring is tender
When the summer beats down you pray for [Am]rain
[G]You hope for the harvest and the long cold [C]winter
And then you [B7]plant your fields [Em]again
You [B7]plant your fields [Em]again
You [B7]plant your fields [Em]again
You [B7]plant your fields [Em]again[/chordpress]

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song You Plant Your Fields?
– The song You Plant Your Fields was sang by New Grass Revival.

 

Who is New Grass Revival?
– New Grass Revival was an American progressive bluegrass band founded in 1971, and composed of Sam Bush, Courtney Johnson, Ebo Walker, Curtis Burch, Butch Robins, John Cowan, Béla Fleck and Pat Flynn. They were active between 1971 and 1989, releasing more than twenty albums as well as six singles. Their highest-charting single is “Callin’ Baton Rouge”, which peaked at No. 37 on the U.S. country charts in 1989 and was a Top 5 country hit for Garth Brooks five years later.
In 2020, the group were inducted into the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame.

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