"TRUCK DRIVERS OF AMERICA"
The truck driver is gone most of the time,
Driving down the highways between the two lines.
Lonely for his or her family,
He or she hardly gets to see.
While bringing food, merchandise, and clothing,
to people like you and me.
Seldom does anyone ever say.
Have a safe trip and have a great day.
Blamed for most of the accidents,
that are not always their fault.
They drive their big rigs
down that long ribbon of asphalt.
The truck driver has a lonesome road to drive.
They do it for all of us,
For it makes our nation thrive.
Few times do they get to stop,
because the conditions are bad.
Each truck driver on the road today,
is some child's, mom or dad.
So when you see a truck driver,
Wish him or her good luck.
Most of what America gets,
It gets by way of the truck.
Thank you, truck drivers of America.