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"Field Hand" is a song written by Mark Miller. It was recorded by Sawyer Brown and released on their 1988 album, Wide Open.

Wide Open


LyricsEdit

I could not repay in one lifetime
All the love you gave me
You've become such a woman
Still you let me call you baby
I love you now and I always will
I would gladly be the fieldhand, if you were the field

I'd take the rain, it makes us grow
That's what you always told me
I'd take the plow firm in my hand
Just the way you hold me
I'd cultivate the valley and the hill
I would gladly be the fieldhand, if you were the field

I would sprinkle the morning dew
When the lonely nights were thru
I would hang the harvest moon
So its light would shine on you

To help you grow would truly be my will
I would gladly be the fieldhand, if you were the field
I would gladly be the fieldhand, if you were the field

AlbumsEdit

"Field Hand" appears on one Sawyer Brown album:

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