Singletary, Daryle - Like Family Lyrics




My uncle Bobby was a shade tree mechanic
If it had wheels, he could make 'em roll
I used to hand him wrenches, when I was young and he was strong
And it sure don't seem like that long ago

I get a call out of the blue, take off work, pack up my suit
Jump on a plain back to Tennessee
Nothing else on this earth would make you put the first things first
Stop you on a dime, and make you realize what life really means
Like family

I ain't seen my cousin, in a month of Sundays
We were like brothers growing up
He was a real Casanova, had an eye for the ladies that never closed
And he swore he'd never fall in love

I get a call out of the blue, take off work, pack up my suit
I need the best man back in Tennessee
Nothing else on this earth would make you put first things first
Stop you on a dime, and make you realize what life really means
Like family

If you've ever been a witness, to grandma's little house at Christmas
With all those kids in sleeping bags on that old oak floor
You might not believe there'd be room for one more

I get a call out of the blue, make it just in time to that delivery room
When that doctor handed my baby girl to me
No, nothing else on this earth would make you put first things first
Stop you on a dime, and make you realize what life really means
Like family

Oh, like family





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