Men of Action

My daddy was a welder
One helluva man
His momma my grand mommy
Came from down in the holler
Yep his pappy was a mining man
They called him Felix the Cat and
granny was vicie the rat
Front porch sittin
Nothing but a six string and some singin
My love line is somethin special
Yes I come from a long line of hillbillies
Call Em rednecks
Might call Em hippies
I was raised on a back road farm to market 3211
Some moonshine and bullfrogs
Calves birthin in the deep of the night
Coyotes howlin
Nothin but some glowing eyes
Watch out for snakes
Now don’t rush off
You’re always welcome here
Country to the bone
Through and through
Drink deep the well of my soul
May not always like what ya hear
But always know where ya stand
Preacher man on Sunday
No beer till noon
Cruisin the Kmart lot till the police make you go home
Low rider trucks
Thumpin bass
Times were simple
They sure were sweet
Play a lil Johnny cash
How bout some Waylon or Merle?
George jones he stopped loving her today…
Boy i remember when momma told me what it meant.
I’m a simple girl
Don’t mistake me for unrefined
Daddy was stern
You bet your ass I walked the line
I miss that ole man
Taken too early
Will see you again 🙂
Keep those you love in your heart
And hand in hand while you can
I thank God for a real Man
Our days spent workin hard to the bone
Our nights full of lovin all wrapped up in you
One helluva ride
You might find yourself in the middle of no where
And in the middle of nowhere you find yourself
I find myself wanting to be in your arms
Whisper in your ear…
Good night my lovin- good timin– snuggle bear man
Sweet dreams as you open up my soul and read all the pages


Go ahead....Make my day