Colter Wall – Plain To See Plainsman Lyrics

[Verse 1]
I cut through the Rockies like some unholy blade
The icy depths of the Pacific I have bade
Forever I wander, forever I stray
The rustle of wheat fields starts callin’ my name
Callin’ my name
[Chorus]
Let me die in the country that I love the most
I’m a plain-to-see plainsman, and this I will boast
A heart that lies far from the East or West Coast
This plain-to-see plainsman is longin’ for home
Longin’ for home
[Verse 2]
Well the North-folk are dandy, they don’t mind the cold
The South has filled up both my belly and soul
I know when I’m gray and I know when I’m old
These bones will cry out for the place they were born
Place they were born
[Chorus]
Let me die in the country that I love the most
I’m a plain-to-see plainsman, and this I will boast
A heart that lies far from the East or West Coast
This plain-to-see plainsman is longin’ for home
Longin’ for home
[Verse 3]
I’ve met beautiful women, a pleasure to see
Road-bitten bikers and barefoot hippies
Junkies and saints on my travels I greet
But far too few are homesick young plainsmen like me
Plainsmen like me
[Chorus]
Let me die in the country that I love the most
I’m a plain-to-see plainsman, and this I will boast
A heart that lies far from the East or West Coast
This plain-to-see plainsman is longin’ for home
Longin’ for home