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Tombstone Every Mile Recorded by Dick Curless Written by Dan Fulkerson
G All you big and burly men who roll the trucks along D7 Better listen you'll be thankful when you hear my song G C You have really got it made if you're hauling goods G D7 G Anyplace on earth but those Haynesville Woods
C It's a stretch of road up north in Maine G D7 That's never ever ever seen a smile G C If they'd buried all the truckers lost in them woods G D7 G There'd be a tombstone every mile C G D7 G Count 'em off there'd be a tomb-stone every mile
When you're loaded with potatoes and you're headed down D7 You've gotta drive the woods to get to Boston town G C When it's winter up in Maine better check it over twice G D7 G That Haynesville road is just a ribbon of ice
When you're talking to a trucker that's been hauling goods D7 Down that stretch of road in Maine they call the Haynesville Woods G C He'll tell you that dying and going down below G D7 G Won't be half as bad as driving on that road of ice and snow
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