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Prisoner of the Highway Recorded by Ronnie Milsap Written by Mike Reid
Am C Diesel powers 18 wheels to rolling D7 Am As I pull it on to the Interstate C I've got 13 hours to make my destination D7 E7 And I don't want to stop to check my weight F G7 Am G7 There won't be no sleep for me tonight no F E7 I've got to be hitting Tulsa by first morning light
Am G7 I'm a prisoner of the highway D7 Am Driven on by my restless soul G7 Call me a prisoner of the highway D7 Am Prison by the freedom of the road
C I've run freight out of Wheeling West Virginia D7 Am And US Steel from Memphis C I've rolled tobacco out of the Carolina's D7 E7 California wines into Birmingham F G7 Am Some people work just to survive yeah F E7 But up here in this cab that's when I'm most alive
Repeat #2 D7 Got a wife living back in Tennessee Am And she tries to understand the way I feel D7 I could give my hands to another line of work F E7 But my heart would always be behind the wheel Am G7 Call me a prisoner of the highway D7 Am Driven on by my restless soul
G7 I'm a prisoner of the highway D7 Am Prison by the freedom of the road G7 Don't you know I'm a prisoner of the highway D7 Am Driven on by my restless soul
G7 Call me a prisoner of the highway D7 Am Prison by the freedom of the road
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