About: eastern kentucky Coal Miners
I'm from Kentucky this song his the hart God bless the coal miners
Enjoyed the video as well as the song. I live in Coal Country, WV. Proud of all coal miners and the sacrifices they make to provide for their families.❤
We Dug Coal Together!
Eat this feminist, grab a pick. Because here is TRUE OPPRESSION. Kentuckian and proud of it, so call me red neck or hillbilly but we keep the lights on. And we do what you won't. Long live the workin man.
Coal mines is what I call home a way to make a living is the best way to live have no fear just live for your children and the pride of working for them
Great video!!! I'm a east Kentucky coal miner too,k ow all about that low coal!
Hard life I've been there. 4 miles underground.
I actually start coal mining next Saturday is my first day underground and I am excited
Is that MARK .... can’t remember. Last name in pic out side mouth of mine
Our culture, our color, our way of life is under attack by liberal, American hating, anti-white, anti-Christian elites. Hollywood, democrats, the leftist not only want white American hillbillies unemployed, they want us erased. When they come for us, we have to stand together and fight! The time is coming sooner than later folks, arm yourselves, be patient.
I love this
I own the cole mine
There aren't many coal trains or trucks moving through Ashland nowadays.
I mine coal for 10 years to my back gave out on me
My son works in the mines everyday. He’s turned out to be a good man who takes care of his wife and step children. I’m so proud of him! My papaw and 2 uncles worked in the mines when I was a child. I think of them, my son, and all the hard workin coal miners around here when I hear this song. I love every word u sing cause it rings so true. Thank u for the beautiful song. And I hope everyone thanks a coal miner and prays for them, cause without them we would all be in the dark.
I'm just up the road ol buddie at hippo...my whole family was raised on coal dust...my dad had an anurisim 14yr ago or he'd still be there 30yrs underground...these are the men I look up to..thanks
I live here
I loaded 16 tons of number 9 coal