BEAUMONT

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Country - Contemporary | Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Total Song Plays: 168   
Member Since: 2004
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Plays:

67

Song Description

Touching. Could make you cry.

Lyrics

I was only eight years old; just an ordinary kid.
I came home crying over something someone did.
Daddy ran his fingers through my hair
Then sat beside me in that big ole chair; and he said:

Chorus:

A man aint supposed to cry
Supposed to keep it deep inside
It's an unwritten rule, but everybody knows it
A man aint supposed to cry
Supposed to hold his head up high
Full of strength and full of pride; and not show it
A man aint supposed to cry.

Verse:

Daddy he was strong; to the day he passed away
A soldier's burial. Big guns; a big parade
And as his friends and family gathered round
The tears began to fall, but I stood proud. Because:

Chorus

Bridge:

And now girl you say you're leavin
What's that on my face? It must be some mistake. Because:

Chorus

Song Length
4:10
Genres
Country - Contemporary, Pop - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Moving

Subject Matter
General

Language
English

Lyric Credits Beau Blankenship
Music Credits Beau Blankenship
Producer Credits Beau Blankenship/ T-Bone Deman
Publisher Credits Beau Blankenship