What do you think about this artist?
Mar 04 2014 by Music agent
Sarah Novictim: TY for sharing, this video reminds me of my grandpa Fred, a simple man from
Wellsville, Mo. who was very much loved & respected.
Christy Spaulding: Very good song. When country was still country.
TosTinMan: Good song! These guys were good.
Willie Dixon: Amazing song. Go Danny!
matthewsnare: Just shared the stage at The Commodore in Nashville with the writer of this
song. What a high honor
Ej Nicolson: Keeping Country Alive! Simple affective video in another age! brilliant.
Steve Sanders: I was staying at a hotel in Atlanta back in 94 or 95. I was lucky back
then because I was friends with a few country stars who lived in Atlanta,
(Travis Tritt was a regular pool partner.) Anyway, I ran into a couple
members of railroad one night as they went into their room. We played
together the whole night and I never knew who they were. I had never
listened to them and to be honest only did it later to know what they
played. Just saw them on the list as I was surfing videos so I thought I'd
come in and say hi to Wayne and Warren from Red.
Jennifer Loveless: all the miners at the end, their show of respect, makes me a little teary
eyed. I have always loved this song.
Melissa Lewis: LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU DAD R.I.P.
Danny Bouges: real music
TheREALkeep00: Music worth calling country
James Jameson: A poor man is he who enslaves himself to his job and doesn't reap the
fruits of happiness from his family . And a rich man is a person that finds
love all around him without paying a penny. Quote (Dale Molson)
Tommy Turner: What is great is everlasting in a humble way
This is great
Billy Hunter: Reminds me of my stepdad
Jessica Tousignant: Good song
Nuclear-Skull87: The 90s is the undisputed king of Country-Western music!
Alyssa Yancey: My daddy showed me this song it makes us think of pawpaw. Daddy wont talk
about it much, but this song sums up my grandpa. When my dad hears it I
swear he tears up. My grandpa wore jeans and a tshirt the day we laid him
to rest. Rip Robert James yancey
Joshua Brooks: i personally think that if one was to measure their life's worth by all the
nice things they possess, their life wouldn't be worth a penny. it's how
you live your life that should make you proud, not what you acquire along
the way. these material possessions are just that, material possessions.
adforbama: This song reminds us all what is really important in life. Money may come
and go but it's the relationships that last forever.
MoparRapidTransit: Where did country music like this go to? COUNTRY MUSIC NOW SUCKS!!!!!!!!!
paula jones: that's my Father. neither was he! truthfully!
Eric Preston: Only thing my papaw wanted in life was to make ppl happy and to help anyone
he could. We wore t shirts n blue jeans to his funeral cause he wouldn have
wanted it any other way! I miss u papaw!!
Diana Coy: My dad was an excellent shooter and he would go do shooting competitions
(back in the 70's) on the weekends-where you won Ham's and slab Bacon, mom
would slice up the bacon and fry it all up and man we'd eat like
millionaires-life to me was much better back then! I wish I'd realized
back then just how special those days were
Travis Webb: Is that Bubbles from Trailer Park Boys I see at 3:11? haha
Ines Elkins: Beautiful song and I truly adore the video. My cousin did good in this one
too! Love ya Theresa! :)
ispumpkinking: It's good "Daddy" died in this song. If he lived to today, he'd be labeled
an abusive and unloving father for not giving "unconditional" support and
thomas coleman: yea my dad was mopar all the way 5 gen of mopar i love u dad
Wayne Harris: no you wert
chris kilgore: you got most of my kinfolks in that video, Danny. I talked to your mom the
day yall was filming. We was up at Save-A-Lot.
Dale Howell: Nope,& my dad died when i was 5 yrs. old.
Chad Scott: one of the best concerts I ever went to
penny gunter: I always said this song was about my Daddy. I played it on the way to the
cemetery the day we buried him. I love and miss you Daddy.
18winsagin: Wish dad could come back, I would get him a new truck ha, he never had a
new car in his life, gone 28 years if he could see the cars they have now,
swindler mcdaniel: this song reminds me of my mother Catherine jean McDaniel...lost her..24
years ago ..her husband my stepfather raised us..never treated us bad paid
for me and another to go to college.2 others chose different routes.now he
is sick id give all for him to get better..
Kelly Brown: Best song ever
kim rivera: Love it
phyllis jaco: This song fit my dad too.
Glockman 27: I'll take back the old America and the Old Country music! I dont wanna
"move FORWARD". I'll go BACK thank you!
Kimberly Argiris: And he was a great provider..always family first before him no matter what.
What it will be food or money he'd went out of his way to help out others.
He and grandma helped me once and I worried about it but he told me not to
worry about it for they will find a way. He always kept that with him till
the day he passed away.
BRNING50CAL: Neither was Jesus...look at them coal miners,hard working men,never asked
for fame and glory and most of the time were used and abused...God bless
the Working Man--The salt of the Earth!!!...a great great tune and
video..thanks for the up load.
redneckgal427: I don't care what anybody says, they just don't make 'em like that anymore!
Mr X: Agreed, but I'm at 1935 - 1993
Yankee01754: Love it. Love it when Country music actually tells a story like this one
does. Great song!
Jonathan Brown: this is country ya'll I don't know what that crap they play on the radio
rock clark: this is my dad
Glockman 27: One damn good song! Too bad they don't make em like this anymore.
boomer13ish: Just this once...I hope dad enjoyed the ride...tears-----those of us w
similar fathers....just know this song-
WiiClassic2usb: Who the hell is Taylor Swift? I'm sorry, did you mean Reba McEntire?
Leo Montiel: The music video is a little corny, but this song is still the one of the
best down home country songs ive heard.
Paul Morris: I miss you every day Dad ,Love you an miss you
Do you know the lyrics for this song?