"Don't Ever Sell Your Saddle" as written by and Kim Tribble Bobby Whiteside....
Daddy shoulda been a preacher man
'Cause everybody loved to hear him speak
He didn't always follow his own advice
But we got a sermon every week
He'd say trouble always starts as fun
And broken hearts will always mend
Tough times don't last, tough people do
And nothing breaks if it can bend

[Chorus:]
Don't ever sell your saddle
Never owe another man
Watch where you spit on a windy day
Don't use words you don't understand
Find the Lord before you need him
And never lose your pride
Don't ever sell your saddle

'Cause life's a long, long ride
Daddy never ran from anything
Always took his share of the blame
Had a heart big enough to fill a valley up
But hard enough to stop a train
He said only fight when you have to
'Cause there's always a faster gun
And you'll know a hero from a coward
When you see which way they run

[Chorus:]

Daddy left me his old saddle the day he passed on
And these words are etched into my mind just like they were in stone

[Chorus:]


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"Don't Ever Sell Your Saddle" as written by Kim Chadwick Tribble Kim Tribble

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