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recorded by Boxcar Willie.
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Daddy Was A Railroad Man Written and recorded by Boxcar Willie
C G7 C G7 C My daddy was a railroad man worked as a section hand
Cuttin’ the grass from the right of way F Building a bridge on the Santa Fe G7 C Driving spikes on M-K-T laying rails on the old U-P G7 C G7 C He was a red coat man my daddy was a railroad man
G7 C G7 C My daddy was a railroad man a hard working railroad man
Worked all day in the hot hot sun F Lotta hard work and not much mon G7 He never quit work till the is done C But on Saturday night gonna have a little fun G7 C G7 C He was a railroad man my daddy was a railroad man
G7 C G7 C My daddy was a railroad man a steel driving railroad man
Cleared the rails of a big landslide F Showed a hobo where to hide G7 C Railroad men gotta a lotta of pride hard working not dignified G7 C G7 C He was a railroad man my daddy was a railroad man
G7 C G7 C My daddy was a railroad man my daddy was a railroad man
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