"Truck Drivin' Man" as written by Edward C. King and Ronnie Van Zant....
I stopped at a road house in Texas a little place called Hamburger Dan's
Heard that old jukebox a playin' song about a truck drivin' man
The waitress then brought me up some coffee
I thanked her then called her back again
I said that old song sure does fit me cause I'm a truck drivin' man
Pour me another cup of coffee for it is the best in the land
Put a nickel in the jukebox and play the Truck Drivin' Man
[ steel - fiddle ]
I climbed back aboard my old semi and then like a flash I was gone
I got them old truck wheels a rolling now I'm on my way to San Antone
When I get my call up to glory they'll take me away from this land
I'll head this old truck up to heaven cause I'm a truck drivin' man
Pour me another cup of coffee...
And play the Truck Drivin' Man







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"Truck Drivin' Man" as written by Terry Fell

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