"Six Days On The Road" as written by and Carl Montgomery Earl Green....
Well I pulled out of Pittsburgh
Rolling down the eastern sea border
I got my rig so wound up
And she's running like never before
There's a speed zone ahead on my right
But I don't see a cop in sight
Six days on the road and I'm gonna make it home tonight

Well my rig's a little low
But that don't mean that she's slow
There a flame from her stack
Blowing smoke as black as coal
My hotel's comin' in sight
If you think I'm happy all right
Six days on the road and I'm gonna make it home tonight

I've got ten forward gears
And a sweet Georgia overdrive
I got the pedal to the metal
And my eyes are open wide
I just passed a Jimmy in white
I've been passing everything in sight
Six days on the road and I gotta see my baby tonight

The ICC is checking on down the line
I'm a little hung over
And my log book is way behind
But nothing bothers me tonight
Just I can dodge them scales alright
Six days on the road and I'm gonna make it home tonight

Yeah it seems like a year since I kissed my baby bye bye
I can have a lot of chicks but I'm not like some other guys
Yes I can find one to hold me tight
But you know it wouldn't be alright
Six days on the road and I'm gonna make it home tonight

I pulled out of Pittsburgh
Rolling down the eastern sea border
I got my rig wound up
And she's running like never before
There's a speed zone ahead on my right
But I can dodge the law all night
Six days on the road and I'm gonna make it home tonight
Six days on the road and I gotta see my baby tonight


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