Dixie Lullaby Karaoke Pat Green

Karaoke Dixie Lullaby Pat Green

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In the same key as the original: G

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Lyrics of Dixie Lullaby

My father had skin like leather hands like steel
From a lifetime spent in the cotton fields
Though he'd come home tired and dirty almost every night
He found the strength to smile at me and hold my mama tight
While that old transistor radio would play the Opry out in the hall
I'd sit and watch their shadows glide across the wall
And they'd dance to a Dixie lullaby
Picture of love beneath the southern sky
Oh my what a beautiful life just like a dixie lullaby
I left home at eighteen in a hand me down Chevrolet
Packed my mama's cookin' and my old man's stubborn ways
It was college work and love then the babies came
The youngest ones got his granddaddy's name
And in the early morning hours when my children could not sleep
I'd rock them in my arms to a gentle beat
And I'd sing them a dixie lullaby
Hush baby don't you start to cry
Oh my what a beautiful life looks like a dixie lullaby
My father was a mountain of a man
That was the description that I gave
The morning that we laid him in his grave
There with my mama by his side we said our last goodbye
To a man we thought would never die
As I stood there in that field of amazing grace
Oh how the tears ran down my face
And I sang him a dixie lullaby we'll meet again by and by
Oh my what a beautiful life just like a dixie lullaby
Oh my what a beautiful life just like a dixie lullaby

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