Days Gone By
Author: Don Fraser
Oh please remember when we used drive the truck all over this country of ours. We were so much in love then. Is there a chance that we still may be? I forgive you for driving off from me with that other driver. It is true, I made you drive too much, but my darling I felt you needed the experience but when you got behind the wheel of that Kenworth I knew then you were a pro. I watched you drive off into the sunset with some other man. I will watch for you honey for the rest of my life.
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