The clip Loretta sings to the baby from Coal Miner's Daughter (1980)
Want me to mix up some medicine?
It don't do no good. It'll pass.
Whatcha see in them grounds, Mommy?
Loretty, take the baby.
I see a woman cryin'.
Looks to me like a man cryin' too. Who are they?
What are they cryin' about, Mommy?
Take the baby out and rock her, Loretty!
Bad times is a-comin'.
Well, we don't need no fortune-teller to know that.
* In the pines in the pines *
* Where the sun never shines *
* And I shiver when the cold winds blow *
* The longest train *
*I ever saw *
* Was on that Georgia... *
* The prettiest boy *
* I ever saw *
* Was on that caboose in the pines *
* In the pines *
Good thing you wasn't still workin' for him, son.
You'd be laying there aside him. I know that, Daddy.
'Course, if you had been workin' for him, at least you'd been workin'.