Mossy Oak Song...

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  1. StockGlock23

    StockGlock23 Hilarious!

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    I just found this song on the internet. I really like it and it has a great message. Take a look at my MySpace page to hear it.


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    Lyrics:
    Mossy oak swamp bottom, dew drop falling
    Old Tom answering a hoot owls call
    Nothing like the sound when the day breaks
    Me and Daddy in the woods on a Saturday
    you see his Granddaddy hunted these hills and
    I hope someday my kids will
    He said, Do me a favor before i'm gone,
    love this land and pass it on

    Pass it on

    Oh, he showed me how to cast a line
    Where the white tail live and how to read their signs
    He'd lean my gun up against a tree,
    so he could hold a barbwire fence for me
    Yeah I learned a lot from watching his ways,
    like how to hunt smart and how to be safe
    He said, one of these days son, you'll be grown
    Remember what i told you and pass it on

    Pass it on in the name of conservation
    Pass it on to another generation
    Pass it on

    But on the day that I turned 21,
    my Dad walked in with an old shot gun
    He said this belonged to your grandpa
    It's yours now son, so handle it with love
    and pass it on

    Pass it on in the name of conservation
    Pass it on to another generation
    Pass it on
    Pass it on
    Pass it on

    Nothing like the sound when day breaks
    Me and my boy in the woods on a Saturday

    Pass it on
     
  2. TScottW99

    TScottW99 Bird Catcher

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