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Daddy Never Was Caddy Kind Chords (ver.3)

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Daddy Never Was Caddy Kind Chords (ver.3)

Confederate Railroad
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                "Daddy Never Was the Cadillac Kind"
Single by Confederate Railroad from the album Notorious in 1994. It peaked #9 in the US 
and #7 in Canada.


G
We were poor when I was a youngin'

I don't remember ever going hungry
C			     G
Daddy made sure we didn't do without

I went to school with some of these fellas

They had money and I was jealous
C			       G
I didn't know then what I know now
		D
Daddy'd say you can't judge a book by looking at its cover
     C			       D
It's what's inside that really matters

CHORUS

	    C		     G
Daddy never was the Cadillac kind
	     C			     D
He said some things just glitter and shine
		  C	       D	 C		G
He taught us that love was the one thing money couldn't buy
	    C D		     G
Daddy never was the Cadillac kind


G
I left home right out of high school

Bought me a big car thought I was real cool
C			G
Cruisin' around the old neighborhood

I'd see Dad after church on Sunday

I'd say you'll have to go riding with me someday
C			      G
He just said no, I never understood
   D
He asked me how I bought it, I told him on credit
C			      D
Daddy just smiled, I'll never forget it


REPEAT CHORUS


Em
It took a while but now I'm grown
C
I've settled down with kids of my own

The more I give them
	      D
The more they want


G
Daddy left us last November

I don't remember him ever looking better
C			   G
All laid out in his Sunday best

I'm sure instead of all the attention

All he'd of wanted was a few words mentioned
  C			    G
A simple man simply laid to rest
	D
As they drove him away in that big Cadillac
       C		       D
With a tear in my eye I had to laugh


REPEAT CHORUS
            
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