Lyrics – “Turn and Burn”

From the self-titled album by Dave Adkins
Songwriters: Dave Adkins, Dawn Kenney, David Morris

I wake up in the morning
before the rooster crows
grab my cup of coffee
and it’s down the road I go

the more I try to catch up
the more I fall behind

Wouldn’t wish this life on no one
but I thank God it’s mine

My office has a gear shift
And a seat with a view
if you’re headed down the interstate
I might be next to you

Its hammer down on the big slab
Law Dawg’s my main concern
that’s how it is in this truckers cab
Just another turn and burn
The dj’s on the radio
are some of my best friends
I can tell by the songs they play
what town I’m rolling in

Beantown or the Windy City
its all the same to me
on this endless highway
my big rig sets me free