"Hayride To Hell" as written by and David Faulkner....
Charlie was a driver and he hardly spent a night at home
He rarely saw his family, trucking loads those long weeks on the road
And Charlie would drive
For miles and miles

Charlie had a teenage daughter he thought of as a little girl
But one day he came home his little girl had grown-up news to tell
"Oh Daddy", she cried, "Oh Daddy, I tried but on the hayride how I fell
That was a hayride bound for Hell."

Now Billy Jackson was the father but he wasn't man enough to own
And his daddy was the mayor and he said,
"Charlie, just leave my Billy-boy alone "
Billy had to hide
But there was guilt inside
And you can't hide from yourself
That's just a hayride bound for Hell

Charlie's daughter died whilst giving birth to Billy Jackson's child
And Billy Jackson ain't been seen around these parts for quite a while
And Charlie would drive
For miles and miles

And his tail-lights say farewell
He's a hayride bound for Hell


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"Hayride to Hell" as written by Dave Faulkner

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