Invincible

Invincible - Lyrics

Album: Mark Searcy, My Color, 2018
Written by: Mark Searcy Middleton

Well Daddy rode his Indian to Chicago, where Tody had a bar
Hopped in a plane at just sixteen, flew alone across Arkansas
Mama bought me some P.F. Flyers, they made be run like the wind
Slidin' the pine trail with ole Steven Seals, and ole Coach Henley callin' my name once again

We were Invincible, flying high
Invincible, we could touch the sky
Invincible, no limits we knew
And there was love all around you

Our blood was purple, born of Joe Don, our socks matched to the knee
And Mr. Crowson cryin' bread and butter, 54 power then 28 sweep
And Bill Withers with his smack-ulated sugar, hands held high he yelled grab a knee
Tire town boys as fast as you can, well hell for him I'd run to Tennessee

We were Invincible, flying high 
Invincible, we weren't afraid to die
Invincible, no limits we knew
And there was love all around you

Took a church bus up to South Dakota, we stopped to see George and Abe
Chased a wild buffalo with Davy, laid under stars with some really hot babes
And Ronnie Pelton, his temperament was meltin', you see we hadn't eaten for days
There Terry wrote the ransom note, left behind, no one spoke, the state police say they solved that case

We were Invincible, flying high  
Invincible, we weren't afraid to die 
Invincible, no limits we knew 
And everyone cared about you

Well Daddy rode his Indian to Chicago, where Tody had a bar