A 1940 picture of Daddy Holding his newborn babe. Cradled in his strong hands, a daughter. He cherishes the life that he’s made.
A lady, is how he’ll raise her, All satin and laces and curls. Dolls, ruffles, and tea sets, Nothin’s too fine for his girl.
A 1942 picture of Daddy Holdin' Miss Scally-Wag. Little fingers in Daddy’s pocket, Pullin' on the Bull Durham tag.
A 1946 picture of Daddy Ridin' his big Walkin’ horse, And taggin' along right behind him, His darlin’ daughter, of course. She’s ridin’ out hell bent for leather Tall in the saddle like dad. Old cowboy hat pulled down over her ears. Best little partner he’s had.
A 1955 picture of Daddy Watchin’ his little girl Ridin’ like hell ‘round those barrels. No satin, no lace and no curls. He’s prouder than punch of this daughter, More than he’ll ever say. Sorry he never had a boy child? Naw, look at her ridin’ that bay!
A 1960 picture of daughter, Two years after dad died. She’s ridin’ his Walker and workin’ the ranch. She never broke down and cried. ‘Cause she knows her Daddy’s sittin’ On a spirit mount, right by her side. No, she wasn’t Daddy’s fluffy , prissy girl. She was his strength, his life and his pride!