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breathed hell so hot that you could feel the heat
Daddy was an old time preacher man and Leona would get up to testify
And we'd sing in the sweet by and by
And we'd sing "In The Sweet By And By" 
The we'd sing "I'm On My Way To Canaan Land" 
Yes, Daddy was an old time preacher man 

Revivals and camp meetings
And we'd sing "In The Sweet By And By" 
The we'd sing "I'm On My Way To Canaan Land" 
Yes, Daddy was an old time preacher man 

Revivals and camp meetings
in it.
Ray Charles and Lightnin' Hopkins
And a guy like Jimmy Reed
Bo Diddley and Big Mabel
Be all I need!"
It was a dream, a dream I had last
breathed hell so hot that you could feel the heat
Daddy was an old time preacher man and Leona would get up to testify
As we'd sing in the sweet by and by
to swim
A farmer's son and a preacher's only daughter
We used to sneak off in my daddy's car
Sit on the hood and count the stars
'Til the sun came up
Time for his lesson

As much as he hated it, the preacher was teachin' him to play the accordion.
"Don't go Georgie!" said the Reverend's daughter
Yeah they raised that horse to be a jumper
He was owned by a Midwest bible thumper
His preacher was a Louisiana drummer
Took all winter to get
Preacher Casey, and they had a little drink
But they found that his family they was gone
He found that his family they was gone

He found his mother's
and Music by John Hurley and Ronnie Wilkins
 Billy Ray was a preacher's son
 And when his daddy would visit he'd come along
 When they gathered around
I was blinded by the city lights
LA livin' up the crazy life
Lookin' back on how far I'd come
Not quite sure what I was runnin' from

A million
remember when
A flash of lightnin' drove us in.
We were soaked down to the skin
By the time we climbed inside.
And I don't remember what was poundin'
that his family they were gone, 
He found that his family they was gone.

He found his mother's old fashion shoe, 
Found his daddy's hat.
And he
and the people gathered round,
I was standin' in that water when that Preacher laid me down.

They both, in their own way became my savin' grace.
Daddy passed
looked at him with terror and with fear
But to moscow chicks he was such a lovely dear
He could preach the bible like a preacher
Full of love, ecstasy
goes by too fast
It'll take you anywhere you want to go
And every memory will bring you back

Down this road there's a small white church
Daddy
Jacky Don Tucker was my daddy's little brother
And at seventeen he jumped the fence
He joined a rock 'n' roll band, got a tattoo on his hand
Daddy, daddy cooool daddy, daddy coooool
Hey hey hey
Hey hey hey hey
Hey hey hey hey

There lived a certain man in Russia long ago
He was big
cool
Daddy, daddy cool
Daddy, daddy cool
Daddy, daddy cool

She was the meanest cat
In old chicago town
She was the meanest cat
She really mowed
Cool
Daddy, Daddy Cool
Daddy, Daddy Cool
Daddy, Daddy Cool

She was the meanest cat
In old Chicago town
She was the meanest cat
She really mowed
I grew up in what I thought was domestic bliss
 I had a daddy and a mama and a brother and a sis
 Never knew nothing 'bout the Finer things
 We
Back seat of her daddy's car 
I was tryin' not to go too far 
Kept thinkin' 'bout the words the preacher man said 
Lightning flashed across
Preacher Casey, and they had a little drink,
But they found that his family they was gone,
He found that his family they was gone.

He found his mother's old
Daddy, Daddy Cool
Daddy, Daddy Cool
Daddy, Daddy Cool

She was the meanest cat
In old Chicago town
She was the meanest cat
She really mowed them
It was a hot Sunday mornin'
Middle of July
The choir was a singin'
'Bout the sweet by and by

Everybody was a swayin'
And sweatin' in the heat