Song of the day: “Nothin’ To Nobody” by Robben Ford and The Ford Brothers

I’m a father to my children
I’m a husband to my wife
Seems I been something to somebody
Every day of my life
This is part of a master plan
It don’t do much to preserve a man
I’d like to see
What it feels like to be
Nothin’ to nobody

I’m a keeper to my brother
I’m my mama’s fair-haired boy
People, I would rather be
Nobody’s pride and joy
No man is an island, so they say
But if I could go there for just one day
I’d like to see
What it feels like to be
Nothin’ to nobody

Free as a bird
Flyin’ south for the winter
By the time they miss me I’ll be long gone

For some people life is just a garden
They pick and choose for themselves
For me life can be the burdens
I have to carry for someone else

I’m top dog at my job
I do more than others can
The boss likes to tell me
I’m his right-hand man
The preacher on Sunday
Tells me I’m just another child of God
Lord, if you’re there and if you care
Could you see fit to answer my prayer
I’d like to see
What it feels like to be
Nothin’ to nobody

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