Faubush Hill

Faubush Hill - Sweet Soul Provider

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She’s the one that saved me

Waking every morning to biscuit ‘n gravy

Heaven bless Grand Mamas soul

Sweet soul provider

Sittin on the porch sipping apple cider

She’d say; ‘leave the dishes when you go’

World ain’t changed her at all

Sheriff brought the banker

Out to see Mama about her 40 acres

Said ‘it’s time for you to go’

Staring out the screen door

Watching Mama load up our old ford

She said, ‘honey child, come on lets go’

World ain’t changed her at all

I've still got the bible I stole that night at my revival

In some hotel on 35

It didn’t have no swimming pool, no TV, nothing to do

And Mamas sleeping with her wine

So I grabbed hold and called it mine

And read every single line

The next Sunday morning

The Ford broke down just south of Corbin

Grandpa came and took us home

Sweet soul provider

Used to be a preacher before he retired

He said, 'girl you’ll always have a home'

World ain’t changed him at all

Walkin thru this graveyard

I realize times were never really hard

We live, we love, we let it go

World ain’t changed me at all

I've still got the bible I stole that night at my revival

In some hotel on 35

It didn’t have no swimming pool, no TV, nothing to do

And Mamas sleeping with her wine

So I grabbed hold and called it mine

And read every single line

She’s the one that saved me

Waking every morning to the memories she gave me

Heaven bless Grand Mamas soul

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