"Speed Rack" as written by and Bruce Griffin Henderson....
You know you sell yourself too short
But then again you always did
Living in a trailer by the highway
With one too many kids
Who is that guy you married anyway
And do you think he'd fix my car
Do you know what you are doing
Do you remember who you are
You're drinking from the Speed Rack of life
You know that all that rot gut takes it's toll
You always liked it fast
You always liked it hard
But now you're growing old
And now you're growing old
You hold a special place in my heart
Because you broke it through and through
I never loved another woman
But then again I don't love you
Drinking from the Speed Rack of life
Can't count the times that you've been bought and sold
You always liked it fast
You always like it hard
But now you're growing old
But now you're growing old
Drinking from the Speed Rack of life
You know that all that rot gut takes it's toll
You always liked it fast
You always liked it hard
But now you're growing old
And now you're growing old




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"Speed Rack" as written by Bruce Griffin Henderson

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