From the album Meeting Point

Lyrics

A wise man once told me -when I was young

He said, “hold on to what you believe ‘cause that’s all you really got, son.”

I miss my father more than anybody knows

You see my father always told me “Son you Gonna Reap Just What You Sow”


Life is full of choices and there’s consequences for each

Most time we make choices by what’s within’ our reach

Then we pay the price and watch our troubles grow and grow

It’s like my father told me, “You’re Gonna Reap Just What You Sow”


If you plant tomatoes - Tomatoes gonna grow. If you’re telling stories
Everybody gonna know - Drink too much whiskey - you wind up in jail.
The road that’s paved with riches can lead you straight to hell


Might sound like I’m preachin’ but it’s how my story goes

It was my father who first told me, “Son you Gonna Reap Just What You Sow”

(SOLO)

Gonna find me a good woman and finally settle down

I want my feet planted firmly on the ground

Tired of being of bering lonely - I want to learn what I should know

Just like my father always told me “Son you Gonna Reap Just What You Sow”

It’s like my father always told me “Son you Gonna Reap Just What You Sow”