A promotional copy of this record was released in 1972, although it did not make its appearance on an album until two years later, on Can I Sleep in Your Arms. Four years later, it appeared on the compilation At the Grand Ole Opry. It is Seely’s paean to her home state of Pennsylvania, and what life would be like living on the titular farm, reaping the riches of a healthy crop of corn and a working still of moonshine. It would be a big farm, with West Virginia and Ohio in the middle.
Jeannie Seely recordings
Decca 33042 (123,832)