Berkley Davis

Berkley Davis

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Pop - General | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 300   
Member Since: 2004
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5

Lyrics

Daddy?s Old Caddy

Gray smoke slipping out a chrome tailpipe
Headlights beaming through the cold dark night
Paint so shiny you could see your face
There?s never been another car built that way

Great big back seat made out of leather
Put the top down in the hot, hot weather

Turn the radio up till the front dash pounded
Never could forget the way it sounded
White wall tires and big tail fins
Never be another car like that again

You could jump up and down and never dent the hood?
Never been a car ever built that good

Everybody looked as we rolled by
Nothing like a Cadillac to catch your eye
Anyone could find a Ford or Chevy?
But there was nothing like Daddy?s old Caddy

With a trunk big enough you could hide inside
And sneak in the movies on a Friday night
Write your name on the window when the glass steamed up
Never be a car that I like so much

Pair of dice hanging from a chrome rear-view
Once you drive a Caddy, nothing else will do

Everybody turned their heads as we rolled by
Nothing like a Cadillac to catch your eye
Anyone could find a Ford or Chevy?
But there was nothing like it when my daddy had a Caddy

Now she?s covered up in blankets back in Arkansas
Behind my daddy?s house in a two-car garage
It won?t be long till that old car?s mine
And we?ll fill it with kids and take it for a ride


Berkley Davis
November 2005

Song Length
3:00
Genre
Country - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Father, Cars


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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