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Kingwood Kowboy Songs of the Kingwood Kowboy (145* d) RE: Great Truckin' Songs! 09 Sep 19


Heavy Load Hauler (Larry W. Jones 07/19/2009) (song#5926)

A young truck driver walked into the cafe
Complaining íbout the route he had to drive
I looked at him and all I had to say
Son, youíve gotta drive that rig to survive

Iím a heavy load hauler, an over the road crawler
I canít wait for my next hard run
Iím from Texas and Iím taller, driviní for the dollar
I donít retard that throttle, son

Iíve drove interstates around the Great Lakes
I love to make big diesels cry and whine
And son, what I have found, for goodness sakes
Youíll be a heavy load hauler in time

Iím a heavy load hauler, an over the road crawler
I canít wait for my next hard run
Iím from Texas and Iím taller, driviní for the dollar
I donít retard that throttle, son

(instrumental)

He swallowed down his coffee, tipped a dime
And said heíd give it some more time to see
Outside his diesel roared from being primed
Heíll be a heavy load hauler like me

Iím a heavy load hauler, an over the road crawler
I canít wait for my next hard run
Iím from Texas and Iím taller, driviní for the dollar
I donít retard that throttle, son

Iím a heavy load hauler on an over the road hard run

Kingwood Kowboy


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