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Gary Allan - Highway Junkie


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Gary Allan
"Highway Junkie"
Played in D
Album  "Black Dog" Soundtrack
Chris Knight sang the orgnial version....I think Gary's version is better
This is my first submission so any corrections are welcome.
brentbrowning5@home.com


Intro: D

[D]A hundred cups of coffee five hundred cigarettes

A thousand miles of highway and I ain't forgot her yet

But I keep on[G]movin' I keep movin down the[D] line

There ain't nothin' in my mirror just a cloud of dust and smoke

What do you expect when some ole truckers heart gets broke [G] yeah a
truckers heart gets [G] broke

but them[A] big wheels of rubber gonna rub her off my mind

 well [G] I'm a highway junkie and I need that old white [D] line

Ten miles outta' Nashville I was doin a hundred and one

State boy pulled  me over he said where's the fire[G] son

said where's the fire [D] son

I said man there ain't no fire I'm just runnin from a flame

So go on an write your ticket man but I aint the one to[G] blame

That county judge tried to rob me[D] blind

But them[A] big wheels of rubber gonna rub her off my mind

well[G] I'm a highway junkie and I need that old white[D] line

Guitar solo:           G         D        A         G          D

[D] So I rolled on down to Memphis I had nothin left loose

Wanted to hear some rock n' roll but all they played was[G] blues

I didn't wanna hear no[D] blues

So I went to call up Elvis but Roger Miller grabbed the phone

He said drive that eighteen wheeler boy you're the king of the[G] road

Said I was the king of the[D] road

But them[A] big wheels of rubber gonna rub her off my mind

well[G] I'm a highway junkie and I need that old white[D] line

I said[A] I'm a highway junkie man and I[G] need that old white[D] line



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