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Chicken Truck lyrics and chords

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Chicken Truck lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a fun to do country song co-written and recorded by John Anderson.

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Chicken Truck
Recorded by John Anderson
Written by John David Anderson, Monroe Fields, Ervan James Parker

G C
Well it was morning when I left Alabama
D7 G
It must have been around in mid July
C
I got behind a chicken truck from Georgia
D7 G
And the feathers were a flying snow out of the sky

C
I couldn't get up the speed enough to pass him
D7 G
And the funny smell was getting close to me
C
And something keeps on messing up my windshield
D7 G
And the farther I go the hard it is to see


Chicken truck chicken truck behind it I'm stuck
C
Chicken truck chicken truck it’s just my luck
D7 G
Chicken truck chicken truck on highway 65

Well the hens were a-squawking and the rooster are a-crowing
C
He's a slowing me down when I need to keep going
D7 G
Chicken truck on highway 65

C
He slowed down and I finally got around him
D7 G
On a big long hill just south of Tennessee
C
He had a box of Colonel Sanders on his dashboard
D7 G
He was eating fried chicken and throwing the bones on me

Repeat #3

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