John Anderson - "Chicken Truck"

Chicken Truck

Writers: John Anderson, Ervan Parker, & Monroe Fields

Intro: G C D G

Verse 1

(G) Well it was mornin when i left Ala(C)bama,
(D) must have been around in Mid (G)
(G) Got behind a chicken truck from (C) Georgia,
(D) and the feathers were a flyin
like snow out of the (G) sky. (G)
Couldn't get up the speed enough to (C) pass him,
(D) and a funny smell was a gettin close to (G) me.


(G) Chicken truck, chicken
truck behind it IM stuck,
(C) Chicken truck, chicken truck it's just my luck
(D) Chicken truck on Highway
sixty five.
(G) Well the hen's are a sqaukin and the roosters are a
crowin (C) Slowin me down when I
need to get goin
(G) Chicken truck, on highway sixty five.

Verse 2

(G) He slowed down
and I tried to drive around (C) him,
(D) on a big long hill just south of Tenne(G) see
(G)He had a box of Colonel
Sanders on his (C) dashboard, (D)
and he was eatin fried chicken and throwin his bones on (G) me.

Chorus: Two times and out.

John Anderson
and Don Williams Rule!!!!! Im out.