Fanning out the flames
Trying to put the fire out
Driving hard rain
Won't put those hot coals out

Digging deep again
Trying to get past a man's skin
Forget what lies within
'Cause we all bleed crimson out

No one can say it's just down south
Can't explain Grandaddy's mouth
If your words ain't no damn good
You're no good

Bury in the shame
Trying to find someone to blame
Friends that come and change
But spread those fires out

No one can say it's just down south
Can't explain Grandaddy's mouth
If your words ain't no damn good
You're no good

And good for one thing we can't do without
One thing we can't do without
One thing we can't do without

No one can say it's just down south
Can't explain Grandaddy's mouth
If your words ain't no damn good
You're no good


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Grandaddy's Mouth song meanings
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