Soultry

Soultry

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R & B - Soul | Seattle, Washington, United States
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Song Description

A childs perspective of a father who drinks everyday and doesnt want her father to become addicted to drinking. so she sings the words dont you drink that dirty water, hoping he will catch on and listen.

Story Behind the Song

None, just the consept

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Lyrics

Dirty Water
Written Bye Tammara Breland
CP

Intro: Yeaha Ever since I was a little girl , I've always been my daddys girl> cause daddy and I have always had that type of connection. Yeaha thats right!

Chorus:
Dont daddy dont daddy dont,
(Put That Dirty Glass Down!)
Dont daddy dont daddy dont
(Put That Dirty Glass Down!)
Dont you drink that dirty water. Dont you even dad...
Dont you drink that dirty water. So put that Dirty Glas Down!
(Dont ya do it!)
Put that dirty glass down!

Vrs 1
My daddy use to come home and sit in his favorite chair.
Cuz he knew my momma ...always left a clean glass there.
( I said) My daddy use to come home
Head straight for his favorite chair
Take one look at me and say..
"Little girl you dont understand but some day, some day."
(Some day you'll understand!)
Some day you'll understand!

Chorus:
Dont daddy dont daddy dont,
(Put That Dirty Glass Down!)
Dont daddy dont daddy dont
(Put That Dirty Glass Down!)
Dont you drink that dirty water. Dont you even dad...
Dont you drink that dirty water. So put that Dirty Glas Down!
(Dont ya do it!)
Put that dirty glass down!

Vrs 2
Now my daddy have a hard day he'd say...
So he'de stop down by the bar along the way.
Got to thinking bout his job..said some ripple would cheer him up!
But then he'de drank that ole English that brought him down.
(That ole English that brought him down!)
Tried to drown out his working sorrows, was sure 50 proof would do!
What Oh what could my daddy do...bout those working man blues?

Dont daddy dont daddy dont,
(Put That Dirty Glass Down!)
Dont daddy dont daddy dont
(Put That Dirty Glass Down!)
Dont you drink that dirty water. Dont you even dad...
Dont you drink that dirty water. So put that Dirty Glas Down!
(Dont ya do it!)
Put that dirty glass down!

Bridge:
That old daddy of mine, come home.eyes all red and sit in his favorite chair.
But My momma, my momma would never approach him said..
She said "Jonny Walkers Been There!"
(Jonny Walkers Been There!)
She'de give daddy some time to unwind
then slowly.Slowly slowly, seemed it was dinner time.
(Dinner Time, Dinner Time!)

Chorus:
Dont you drink that dirty water. (Dont you even dad),
Dont you drink that dirty water. So put that Dirty Glas Down!
(Dont ya do it!) Put that dirty glass down!
Dont cha do it dad!



Song Length
3:21
Genres
Jazz - Lounge, R & B - Soul
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal

Subject Matter
Alchohol, Beer, Wine

Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Tammara Breland
Music Credits Tammara Breland and Ricky Hill
Producer Credits Ricky Hill
Publisher Credits Tammara Breland
Performance Credits Tammara Breland
Label Credits None