Leaving out of North Dakota, heading for
Hopped up into my ole' truck, eighteen wheels
Under my butt.
Haulin' a load of lumber and steel,
Me and my music box, my hands on the stearin'
I'm headin' for the heat of Texas,
It's gonna be a long, long, road, don't you know.
I turned up some good ole' country tunes,
Time to put the hammer down.
This life I chose, on the road it's to anywhere I
Just a simple, Kansas farm boy, one day I'll go
Eighteen wheels, rollin' down the highway,
Eighteen wheels, doin' it my way.
Just a good ole' boy with places to be,
A country heart, and I got things to see,
Eighteen wheels and I'm runnin' free.
A life on out on the road, and, eventually, the ttucker may want to, settle down, or, just, keep on, roaming, wherever the road takes you.
Thanks for reading.
On Sat, Aug 27, 2022 at 10:21 PM keithgarrettpoetry < email@example.com> wrote: