Grandma's Garden
Grandma's Garden

Grandma's Garden Lyrics Meanings
by Zac Brown Band

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Grandma's Garden Lyrics

Grandma had a garden in her backyard
She always had a way with things that grow
She'd be out there early in the springtime
Just as soon as she was sure it wouldn't snow

She said, I like to watch the seeds I've planted
Grow up into what they ought to be
I thought she was talking about tomatoes
But she was talkin' about her family

Grandma's garden, it grew up strong
'Cause she weeded out whatever could go wrong
She would say, the straight and narrow is the toughest row to hoe
Just remember what you reap is what you sow
Grandma's love is what made Grandma's garden grow

I went to church last Sunday morning
The same one she attended sixty years
They asked me if I'd say some words about her
And I got up fightin' back tears
And I said, I used to watch her rack the rocks out
And tie up every vine with love and care
That a little piece of gramma taught me some lessons
And without her I'd never have a prayer

Grandma's garden, it grew up strong
'Cause she weeded out whatever could go wrong
She would say, the straight and narrow is the toughest row to hoe
Just remember what you reap is what you sow
Grandma's love is what made Grandma's garden grow

Grandma's garden, it grew up strong
'Cause she weeded out whatever could go wrong
She would say, the straight and narrow is the toughest row to hoe
In the garden of the Father now she's home
Grandma's love is what made Grandma's garden grow
Grandma's love is what made Grandma's garden grow

Writer(s): DONALD EWING II, DONNY KEES, Donald Ii Ewing
Copyright(s): Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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