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Words & music by Don Baird ( publishing...
(From Willie Nelson "My Own Peculiar Way" and other albums... and Anita Kerr Singers
old moon turnin' on and off,
Canned up Chevy at a traffic light,
With a pretty girl on a Saturday night,
And Willie Nelson singin' "On The Road"
Tom T Hall is forty now and so is Bobby Bare
Willie Nelson's gettin' grey and Faron Young don't care
But the young ones keep on coming on the old
By the time we'd run another race around the sun
We were buried under blankets in the dark
All night long I laid and listened to your song
It didn't
That’s right, you go ahead, I’ll be a okay
'Cause I got Jose, Captain Morgan
Not to mention old George and Tammy, Loretta, Merle, Willie Nelson, Big John
Then it's off to the trailer, 
Willie Nelson all the way.

Yeah life here in the trailer park is fine, 
You know that we've been living it
Roy Acuff Minnie Pearl Eddy Aronld Johnny Cash Willie Nelson
Randy Travis Garth Brooks Reba McIntire Whispering Bill Anderson
Whispering Bill Anderson?
that we've taken the world by surprise
Got that look in our eyes

Its a lucky day, just for changin'
Leavin' the old world behind
Lucky day, for
never heard a Waylon Jennings song
She's never been a fan of Willie Nelson
So there ain't no way in hell we'll get along

She told me she thinks country
How do you do young willie mcbride,
Do you mind if I sit here down by your graveside,
And rest for a while 'neath the warm summer sun,
I've been
a southern drawl, 
Acts like Toby Keith, but sounds a lot like Tim McGraw 

But if he's country I'll kiss your ass, 
And throw all my Willie Nelson records
still some oil by the old elm tree
And a dead squirrel that I hit
But if I hadn't left, I would've struck you dead
So I took a ride instead
hall crowd
As boots stir the dust on the floor
At the bar they're playin' old Willie and Whalen
As beers disappear by the score
But hangovers I'll bet
They're the ones who made the blues
Who's gonna fill their shoes? (That's what I need help about)

Down in the delta. Old sun house 
Hard luck
On a mountain so high
So I can see Willie as he goes on by

Well, I've played cards in Texas
And I've played cards in Maine
Oh, I'll bet you five dollars
the fields when that old sun was hot as fire
But that's all in the furthest past now tomorrow we'll retire
In health we've both been lucky but now we're
tickled by those crazy Africans

To the sun

[Repeat x2]
You only see from above and want to show it
You say your lucky in love and don't you know it
back in Tennessee
She's savin' all her sweet love for me
And I'm rollin' home
Got to keep these big wheels hummin' their song
And if I'm lucky, by
The jukebox plays a sad old song
I pray to God above
That you'll come riding back to me
On a train of love

I never knew I was lucky
Till my luck all
camera would reveal everything the same
Like kissin' you every mornin', lovin' you day by day
Dreaming dreams of you and every old way will

ain't see free in a long old time
Well, every town is gone by morning
Hitch to another till the sun goes down
Find me a boxcar, one or two brothers
Mariners will not arrive

Its coordinates are plotted

By its relative position to the rising sea

The lucky few who call it home

Are prosperous
some guitar
Riff to Willie Nelson lifted from Bob Seeger
When I was younger I was so eager
To have a gun, I would do the same
Couldn't wait to get
around the sun,
In this dream of time.
It goes so fast that one day we look back,
And we ask, was that my life?

I close my eyes and think how lucky I
It seemed that we were travelin'
Under some ol' lucky sun

I know I couldn't save you 
And no one was to blame
But the road we shared together