About: Covered In Coal - Blackwater Outlaws
Lov this song I’m a coal miners daughter and wife am proud of it thank god for all coalminers
God Bless all Coal Miners
I'm truly sorry how country has turned there backs on all. I lost my Beautiful father to Coal dust.
💐 RIP Daddy I love you 💞
I knew a lot of coal miners who worked for Massey when I was working Big Mountain Coal in Boone county. I'm one of the first females that went underground in 1974 for Armco. I ran a shuttle car, tork car, roof bolter, loader helper and became an electrician. I worked midnights for seven years while getting off work and driving 40 miles to get my college degree without student debt. In 1984 I quit the coal mines and left West Virginia, I think I saw what was coming and used my college degree to go to work in a different profession. I waited until I was 30+ to have my children and my West Virginia husband and I are now married 40 years, retired and the grandparents of five. We've never been back to West Virginia, I don't think our hearts could stand to see the damage done to our people there. I was the ninth child of a West Virginia coal miner who died at a too young age of 55 and knew using the money I could make in the coal mines could pay for me a college education and a better life. I never intended to work underground any longer than I needed to and it was always my plan to get out and not die Young from pneumoconiosis (black lung) or silicosis. Ten years was enough for me. So yeah I'm a coal miners daughter and I'm a coal miner that left and never looked back.
My dad done this all his life until he passed away so now he is working for the lord miss him so bad he was my everything I wouldn’t take nothing for my dad I was always daddy’s little girl and I’m still am he’s waiting on me to meet him I’ll be glad to see him and my other family too R I P my family lov ya
Lov this song my dad was a coal miner but he has passed but my husband is a coal miner and I’m so proud of both of them my dad is working in heaven helping keep the lights on still down here lov and miss u dad dearly always in my heart never forgotten your babygirl R I P daddy gods speed take care of my two boys for me see y’all when I get there tell my boys I lov them miss u all so much so thanks for being my dad lov you u are the best dad ever
Great song .
Worked in Kentucky mines as a security guard
great job guys
I couldn't date another coal miner. The man that I was with before I married the man I am with now got killed in the coal mines. I respect the coal miners cause that is what kept our kids fed and the bills paid. God needed him more then I did. RIP Randy Cornett you will never be forgotten. When you died a piece of me died with you.
2nd generation electrician coal miner here in KY
R.I.P Uncle Lacey and Pawpaw
The singer sounds a bit like Travis Tritt....it isn't is it?
8th generation of coal miners worked Holden 22 for Mingo Logan coal company then Hobet then went to Winifred up there with Massey then to Consol energy to Fiola operations plant to Speed as miner operator to my last at Sago in Tallmansville in Upsur county where I was off the morning 14men we're trapped under the mountain and only one kinda survived and all the rest wrote good bye letters to there loved ones and gave up what o2 they had to help the young man possibly live to get to see his family good it's hard to even talk about it still unless you worked low coal you will never really know
I am a third generation coal miner up here in Cape Breton NS ( Donkin Mine ) . I am very proud to fallow in my fathers and grand fathers foot steps . I am starting into ming lait in my life of 50 years old. It is very hard on the body. I raised my three children by my self going under ground and then coming home to be mama and papa , and now i am a grand father my self .
My husband, went too sleep eight years ago april 9th eat up with black lung, he with Jesus, i love him and miss so much.
I am 3 generation coal miner and I am damn proud of it god bless each miner in West Virginia Kentucky Virginia
my pawwpa james bundy was in the mines
I'm not a miner but I have worked in a coal fire power house for 13 yrs and I know many miners and I respect all of yall keep up the good work and stay safe....
my dad and husband was a coalminer and love them for that my dad passed away but I'm proud to be a coalminers daughter and wife so thank god for the miners be safe love my dad and husband thanks love yall