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Leland Martin - Stone Cold Fingers Lyrics

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  • Singin' 'bout them big wheels movin' on,
  • And behind me there's a heavy load
  • That's gotta be in Denver before dawn.
  • Sometimes I wonder as I look back
  • And see that big ol' trailer in the mirror,
  • Was this kind of life worth losing all I left
  • Behind me through the years.
  • But I'll keep jamming them gears
  • For as long as I'm here,
  • Another million miles, it ain't no big deal.
  • And I'll give up driving this truck
  • When they pry my stone cold fingers from the wheel.
  • Staring out the windshield,
  • I think about the times away from home,
  • Do the children know how sad I feel
  • In knowing what I've missed
  • And now they're grown?
  • But I can't quit, it's in my blood,
  • Guess it'll take dyin' and when I do,
  • I'll leave it to my youngest son,
  • He seems to want to fill his old man's shoes.
  • But I'll keep jamming them gears
  • for as long as I'm here,
  • Another million miles, it ain't no big deal.
  • And I'll give up driving this truck
  • When they pry my stone cold fingers from the wheel."
  • And I'll give up driving this truck
  • When they pry my stone cold fingers from the wheel."

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