Man Of Steel

This song is dedicated to the men and women who dare to do the hard thing, the difficult thing, so that the rest of us can live in freedom. Please make a donation to the National Veterans Foundation at www.nvf.org…

Man Of Steel

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This song is dedicated to the men and women who dare to do the hard thing, the difficult thing, so that the rest of us can live in freedom.

Please make a donation to the National Veterans Foundation at www.nvf.org or by calling them at 888-777-4443

Players:
Wayne Killius – Drums
Jimmy Carter – Bass
Jerry McPherson – Electric Guitar
Carl Miner – Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin
Mike Rojas – Piano/B3
Mitchell Smithey – Pedal Steel
Produced by Grant Maloy Smith & Chuck Ebert
Mixed and Mastered by Chuck Ebert

“MAN OF STEEL”
Words and Music © 2018 Grant Maloy Smith (BMI)
℗ 2018 Suburban Cowboy, LLC

I was born right here
Like everyone
Learned to read and write
Learned to walk and run
And riding in my daddy’s truck in Summer
It felt like flying
I was a scrawny kid
Not too good at school
I enlisted then
The next thing I knew
I’m saying my good-byes and trading numbers
And mama’s crying

In my soldier clothes
In the blazing sun
Riding dust roads
With my soldier gun
Then the earth rose up
And it spit me out
There was fire and blood
I can feel it now

I’m a Man Of Steel
Made of pins and wire
But these scars will heal
I still got my fire
I’m a Man Of Steel
Ever since that day
But my heart’s still real
Can’t take that away

It’s been three long months
The nurses say
They’re going to ship me home
But I sure want to stay
Because every friend I have
Is going nowhere
But they’re still trying

Pre-chorus
Instrumental
Chorus

Note: MAN OF STEEL is a registered trademark of DC Comics

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