Hey Old Timer

from by Ginny McAfee

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He knows the name of every bird and tree
And he harvest's what he planted in the spring
With the woman at his side he knows the joy that life can bring
For over fifty years now they have planted a many seed
They raised eleven children who all still live close by
They often come to visit or just to seek advice
And with each passing year they know their days are numbered now
With faith and love and God above they still get along somehow

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Hey old timer, where are you-going
Its been nice-a-knowing you were there
Hey old timer you're the end of an era
That I think I live better than the one we're living now

They live by modest means and never took to modern ways
The first in line to lend a hand they work hard every day
Of the highest moral fiber,
Sunday's found them at their best
Taking time for one another on this Holy day of rest
Now many may not think, that they'd be gratified
And they act like folks who live this way don't set their goals to high
Its not for fame and luxury that money can buy
A man's worth is not weighed by his purse
But by how he lives his life

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from Singing Mama's Songs, released July 18, 2013

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Ginny McAfee North Carolina

To any in the many who have heard the powerful voice of Ginny McAfee, you will be pleased to hear that she will be in the studio in 2013 focusing on original material!

Given the fact Ginny has been surrounded by music since the womb and several of the songs to be released were written during her stay there, she feels it is less coincidence and more like fate.
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