"Truck Driver's Blues" as written by and Haggard/howard....
(Feelin' tired and weary from my head down to my shoes
Feelin' tired and weary from my head down to my shoes
Got a low down feelin' truck driver's blues
Keep them wheels a rollin' I ain't got no time to lose
Keep them wheels a rollin' I ain't got no time to lose
Got a low down feelin' truck driver's blues)
Ride ride ride on into town there's a honky tonk gal a waitin'
And I've got troubles to drown
(Never did have nothin' I've got nothin' much to lose
Never did have nothin' I've got nothin' much to lose
Just a low down feelin' truck driver's blues)
Ride ride ride on into town
(Never did have nothin'


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    General CommentThis song was not written by Haggard/Howard. It was written by Ted Daffan and first recorded by Cliff Bruner in 1939. Haggard wrote a song of the same title many years later.

    According to the Encyclopedia of Folk, Country and Western Music, Ted Daffan's "Truck Driver's Blues" was the biggest country record of 1939. It is noted to be the first truck driver song.
    daffanon June 21, 2012   Link

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