Hart Brothers
Trucken Truckers
Lyrics

Trucken Truckers
I pulled, out of Boston; I'm headed for east L.A.
Got sweet little honeys, in cities, all along the way
I know they'll be smilein, when I come trucken in
Gonna love em all, on my way back home again
Chorus
I'm the last, of the real live, trucken truckers
I keep on heading, down, that trucken road
White lines, greasy spoons, n lot lizards
It's the only life, that, I've ever known

My girls tell me, I got, a truckers mouth
Learned all them words, down, in the truckin south
Mofo this n trucken that, all in one line
Get my point, to the truckers, every time
Chorus
I'm the last, of the real live, trucken truckers
Ten four, ain't no body, on channel 1-9
Cell phones, dead, lines, n computers
Keep me on time, n headed down the trucken line
Chorus
I'm the last, of the real live, trucken truckers
I keep on heading, down, that trucken road
White lines, greasy spoons, n, lot lizards
It's the only life, that, I've ever known

White lines, greasy spoons n lot lizards
It's the only life, that I, wanna know
Credits
Lyrics Credits: Buddy Hart
Music Credits: Alfred Hart
Producer Credits: Hart Brothers Music
Publisher Credits: ALBUD
Performance Credits: Hart Brothers Band
Label Credits: ALBUD
Description
Short Song Description:
About the way trucking used to be.
Long Song Description:
About going across country and haveing a girl friend in every city on the way. How they didn't have computers or cellphones to get them there on time.
Story Behind the Song:
I was inspired by Dave Dudly
and his song (Six Days on the Road). I was a trucker for several years.I know the language of truckers hence
Trucken Truckers thinking
four letter words
Metadata
Song Length: 3:10
Primary Genre: Country-Americana
Secondary Genre: Country-Honky Tonk
Tempo: Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Silliness
Subject Matter 2: Trucks
Mood 1: Jovial
Mood 2: Cheerful
Similar Artist 1: Charlie Daniels Band, The
Similar Artist 2: Dierks Bentley
Language: English
Era: 1980 - 1989