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.

Driving a truck to me, is no fun anymore, we would laugh when both of us got sleepy at the same time. We would stop at our favorite truck stops and swap stories with other drivers. I stop at those same truck stops now, but only to see if you are there.

Yes I will keep driving this old truck, and some day some how we will meet again, we won’t talk about the years that we have missed together, but about our future in our new Kenworth.


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