From the album Big City Lights

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written by Bryan Fox
Recorded by Michael Sanders at JetLag Studios

Lyrics

Daddy Was a Rebel
by Bryan Fox
Daddy was a rebel
most of his life
He rode with the bad guys
the black cowboy hat guys
till momma arrived
Then something sure changed
when she took his name
She set him right
Now that rebel's settled down
He ain't like that anymore
And that bottle can't be found
He shares all his pain with the lord
Love and learned
a hero returned
I was a devil most of my life
made hero's of outlaws
late nights at rough bars
now you're in my life
Now I understand
what happens to a man
when love sets him right
Now this rebels
settled down
I ain't like that anymore
And my bottle cant be found
I share all my pain with the lord
And my saddle's on the ground
the outlaw ain't riding no more
Love and learning
a hero's returning
I was a lost man
falling behind
on bad luck and bad news
old boots and past dues
out my mind Lord
when I couldn't stand
you gave me a hand
Saved my life
Now this rebels settled down
I ain't like that anymore
And my bottle cant be found
I share all my pain with the Lord
And my saddle's on the ground
this cowboy has claimed his reward
Love and learning
a hero's returning