What do you think about this artist?
Aug 31 2014 by New Music
Marco Contu: good song
Sarah Hess: Morons look like morons. Ugly people are normally ugly inside. Jealous and
Greedy people are real nasty. But then Jealous people often want to
destroy, damage or kill what they are jealous off.
Le Café Noir tasse: Daddy never was...
ShadowOfTheWave: Refusing to go for a ride with your son because his car is too fancy and
paid for with credit is a little stuck up.
Dhaeyere Michael: Good song:)
gary thomas: money cant buy love it can buy plesure but most of all not love but for
plesure remember this this was emotional to watch my uncle bob was kiled
in a mine and this really caught me in a crying aura
Saved by Grace: TY for sharing, this video reminds me of my grandpa Fred, a simple man from
Wellsville, Mo. who was very much loved & respected.
GeorgiaIcedawg: Typically, I've never like much of Confederate Railroad's stuff, but this
is a good one. The content, tone and overall sound make it a quality
gary thomas: daddy never was...
james renner: My dad was the Lincoln Town Car kinda kind. He bought it, I cashed it.
rebelsoldier0: brings the memories back about daddy
alyssa Bachman: Mix - Confederate Railroad - Daddy Never Was The Cadillac Kind (Official
Video): Confederate Railroad - Daddy Never Was The Cadillac Kind (Official
Antiquated Poet, Jared Brodersen: Good song about obtaining a true treasure, which is love. Although, this
song isn't relevant nowadays as Cadillacs are just as common and normal as
regular cars. There's nothing outstanding and special about them now, like
those old classics used to be. It's a shame.
james showacre: Sorry bout your dad passing
Richard Anderson: Grandpa..Dad... And now may I say me..
Peyton II Cottrell: I do love this song!
Robert Fremming: Forgot how good that song was. Brings back memories of my Grandparents.
marisol santillan: I love this song.
tina harbison-anderson: the truth is, my daddy IS partial to cadillacs, as am i.
Faith Holstein: Back when country was just that...COUNTRY
azsli2: good song
My daddy always said If you cant afford it you cant have it. You make do.
NO CREDIT. The only thing we charged was medication which was paid off once
a month and that was the old "put it on my tab: kinda charging not a credit
Bo Wilson: Dad, was a cadilac man I sure wished he was here to drive mine !!
Rodney A Farris:
donna mannon: this is my family I love my dad
Caroline Rodriguez: This song made me cry, can't wait to see them play tomorrow at the
Kenny Lane: My Dad is a healthy 72, but I know the time will come when I have to let
God have him back. I am not looking forward to it. Dad's last cool car was
a '66 Charger with major problems that he traded in on a '71 Volvo Wagon
six months after I was born. Since I've been around Dad has been all Volvo,
Datsun and Toyota out of his practical nature. I'm the one who likes big
American V8's and I have since my teens. This song will make me cry a river
when my Dad goes home.
Charlie Major: awesome songand video but i hate the fuking long ass advertisings
EJT156: song about my dad
Thi nk: I'm 18 and love this song. My dads the same way.. Awesome song.
Mary Wiggins: This is a great song listen to it most of the time
Steven Spolar: A few days before my dad passed away in 2005 I heard this song on the radio
and immediately thought of my dad and how similar our relationship was. So,
I downloaded the song and planned to take it to his house later that
evening to play it for him. Somehow, I forgot to bring the song with me and
when I was talking with my dad alone I began to mention that I intended to
bring a song with me that I thought he would like to hear. Before I could
tell him, he took a notepaper out of the nightstand drawer and on the paper
he had written, "Could you find this song and bring it with you when you
come over tomorrow?" The song he was referring to was, "Daddy Never Was The
Cadillac Kind". At the end of my dad's life, it was good to know we were
both on the same page.
Elaine Musick: My daddy was a coal miner in WV in the late 1930s and early 1940s... cannot
help but cry when I hear this song !!!!!!!!!!!!
James Tallent: the story of my life
Andrew Myers: kids now days dont know what a hard life is
MoparRapidTransit: Where did country music like this go to? COUNTRY MUSIC NOW SUCKS!!!!!!!!!
TosTinMan: Good song! These guys were good.
quickj45: Just buried my dad a week ago, hard workin self made man. Sure miss ya dad,
I hope I made you proud. John Edward McGraw Jr 10/19/38-6/18/2014
Pat Akers: Ditto. ..mine from Kentucky, Tennessee. .....
Willie Dixon: Amazing song. Go Danny!
Tyronne Brown: I likes that crap thats some good dam music boy
raherql: Grew up with songs like these, thanks for sharing!
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.
TheREALkeep00: Music worth calling country
Jessica Tousignant: Good song
Travis Webb: Is that Bubbles from Trailer Park Boys I see at 3:11? haha
Do you know the lyrics for this song?