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Granddaddy's Song Lyrics

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Kyle Bennett Band - Granddaddy's Song Lyrics


My great granddad ran moonshine
1923
And though my memory's vague
I know he looked just like me

He had fire in his eyes
With a gantle hand
He could not hold his whiskey
And he was a hell of a man

Well he'd gone down to Texas
In 1931
He hopped a train to Austin
And that's where he called home

And then he fell in love
With Virginia Bell
Together they raised kids
They raised them well

He'd say son, there's nothing more
With a drink or two
Give everything you've got
In everything you do
Respect those ladies
Treat them well
Give your heart to Jesus, boy
And go raise some hell

It was then the times got hard
In 1935
We started breakin' horses
Just to stay alive

He drove from town to town
Schoolin' what he could
Livin' day to day
But life was good

He'd say son, there's nothing more
With a drink or two
Give everything you've got
In everything you do
Respect those ladies
Treat them well
Give your heart to Jesus, boy
Go raise some hell

My great granddad died
When I was ten years old
I won't forget his fight
Or the stories that he told

He left me with his love
And his legacy

He'd say son, there's nothing more
With a drink or two
Give everything you've got
In everything you do
Respect those ladies
Treat them well
Give your heart to Jesus, boy
Go raise some hell

[Thanks to cowzi for corrections]


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