Country Crush

Synopsis: The drama from Andrew Cymek follows city girl Nancy Taylor (newcomer Madeline Merlo) who meets Charlie Bishop (Munro Chambers) on her way to a party in the country. He returns with her to New York City where her music career is beginning to flourish, and despite the reservations of her best friend Ainsley (Sophie Tweed-Simmons), their romance continues.
Genre: Drama, Family, Music
 
IMDB:
5.1
NOT RATED
Year:
2016
96 min
15 Views

You were

good, eight.

You were better.

Bull.

You could see down that field

better than anybody I knew.

It's a damn shame

you stopped playin.

It's a damn shame

I stopped growing.

Besides, someone had

to take care of mom.

Yeah.

I know that, uh, it

couldn't have been easy

dealin' with that

the way that you did.

Especially how she

was at the end.

Anyways, I...

came to say good-bye.

To the house?

I said good-bye to this

place a long time ago.

A house is

just a house.

Home are the

memories. Family.

You.

Come on.

Want a beer?

What, too early?

Or too late?

So, how's this old

Tow holding up?

I keep her

going.

She's probably on her

last legs though, huh?

I didn't know

if you'd come.

I'm glad

you did.

I'm gonna miss this

old farm too, you know.

Alot of

memories here.

Most of

them good.

How'd everything go with

the sale of the house?

We didn't get what

we were asking for,

but it should pay off all

of mom and dad's debts.

That's too bad, I was hoping

there'd be some left over

for you to go

back to school.

Study engineering like you

wanted to so badly growing up.

Some dreams are

meant to be dreams.

Like how some people are meant

to be mechanical engineers

while others are

just mechanics.

The world needs

both to keep going.

I'm fine

where I am.

Listen, maybe we

can help you out.

We got a bunch of money saved

up for little Cody's college...

Not a chance.

That kid deserves

the best.

You give

it to him.

Things happen for

a reason, right?

We do what

we have to.

Things don't always

go according to plan.

But, how we react

when things go bad,

that's what

determines our worth.

Dad taught

me that.

You really hate

him, don't you?

Charlie, our father

was a good man,

fifty percent

of the time.

Fifty's better

than nothing.

Fifty ain't enough.

Every chance in life you

get to do something good,

be something

better?

You take it.

Every chance.

# When dad left town,

leaving mom with the house #

# I wish I had stayed, to

help figure things out #

# But you stepped up, to

put her on her feet #

# That's just

what you do #

# When someone's

in need #

# It was you,

who was there #

# When I

couldn't be #

# Doing some good,

standing strong #

# Plowing through,

keeping on #

# We give all we got, even

though it ain't much #

# We show what we're

worth until it hurts #

# And fight for

what we love #

# Where doing right is

just understood #

# We're doing

some good #

# No rain in weeks,

wind was keepin up #

# Couldn't

grow nothing #

# With the ground

so tough #

# People shared

what they had #

# Cause that's

what we do #

# That handful of

seed we got #

# Got us through #

# Cause when the rains

finally came, we all knew #

# Ohhh #

# Doing some good,

standing strong #

# Plowing through,

keeping on #

# We give

all we got #

# Even though

it ain't much #

# We show what we're

worth, until it hurts #

# And fight for

what we love #

# Where doing right is

just understood #

# We're doing

some good #

You know I'm

shipping out today.

I need you to do

something for me.

I'll take care of them

until you get back.

But after you do

what you gotta do,

you come back to

us, you got that?

We still got all of mom's old

boxes of porcelain figurines

we gotta go through and I

ain't doing it by myself.

# Until we die, we

live our lives #

# Just like the

way we should #

# Doing some good,

standing strong #

# Plowing through,

keeping on #

# We give

all we got #

# Even though

it ain't much #

# We show what we're

worth, until it hurts #

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