About: COAL MINER Dewey Moore
Them ole boys was tough for doin what they did for their families
God Bless all you Coal Miners. May God be with all. I lost my Dad to that Damn Coal Dust.
RIP DADDY 💞
You ha e more balls than me .,,,,my granddad died of black lung working in the mines around bayard west Virginia
I love this song
I would work in a coal bank digging our winter coal at 10 l could not understand those were the happiest days of my life.
God bless a coal miner. Takes takes a good man to go under the earth every day. That's a true fact Brother.
Hey Mate , Retired Coal miner from Wales (United Kingdom) here , You yanks sure can sing a song that can put tears in a mans eyes .. I married an American gal a few years back and she took me down to West Virginia and Kentucky . I was treated like a brother by all the miners . I love the way they call you Hunni if they take a liking to you . What a talented man Mr Moore is .
Old Co coal miner myself, love the song...too bad we are losing them
I'm a proud coal miner and I love these songs I listen to them going to work everyday and it was a great privilege to get to work with him and here him sing time we was working
Dewey sang this song at our grandpas funeral. With only 1 hour notice , he drove to Martin ky. And sang this song and said at the end. ‘ bet the ole man would had loved this one.’ Grandpa worked 49 years in the mining and gas industry. Raised 4 kids and 2 grandkids, bout all u can ask from a man.
I lost my dad Saturday to long battle of black lung. He was good friends with Dewey an in video.
jim hall in the that song hes so cool
Could you copy the lyrics for me? I would love to learn this
Gee I saw shagg in the mines towards the end good song
my papaw was a coal miner till he couldn't work no more and he is still going strong love you papaw
I love to hear locals sing about The Life Of Eastern KY! You have to live in the appalachian mountains to write and sing blue grass like this! Kudos to ya!!