Poor Singing Dame 2. The opening lines of imagery worked so excellently to pick out distinct features of the humble abode. These lines also worked so excellently to show how this simple piece of architecture withstood the test of both nature and time itself. It grabs at the ideas of importance not through immaculate design or the massing of wealth, but through the simple conception of perseverance.
"The Dirt Road" by Sawyer Brown. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=i4zSKM5zbpI Some Lyrics: Daddy worked hard for his dollar He said some folks don't-but that's ok They won't know which road to follow Because an easy street might lead you astray I'll take the dirt road-it's all I know I've been walking it for years It's gone where I need to go Oh it ain't easy-it ain't supposed to be So I'll take my time And life won't pass me by Cause it's right there to find, On the dirt road