Blue Hairs Drivin' in My Lane (Pinkard and Bowden) Based on Blue Eyes Cryin' In The Rain by Fred Rose INTRO: (Spoken) Well, we'd like to do a kind of a tribute song, now This is a tribute to all them sweet, little old ladies "God Love 'em." That drive around in front of you all the time On the streets of Nashville, or wherever you may live. In the taillight's glow I see 'em (What do we call 'em, Sandy?) Blue Hairs Drivin' In My Lane When she hit me and departed I knew there'd be no insurance claim Lucky I'm a paid-up member Here comes good old Triple-A From the tow-truck I remember Blue Hairs Drivin' In My Lane. TALK: Let's hit it- (Inst.) Richard, that's nice, but it don't sound like Willie Nelson Well, man, I'm sorry, I can't play like Willie, you know that Let's give "Rugged" Robb a chance. Take it Rob. I'd be ashamed to. (imitates Willie Nelson on guitar) Sounds a lot like Willie Nelson Boy, that really sounds like Willie. Someday on the streets up yonder They'll be no-o Chevrolets In a land that knows no parking And no more Blue Hairs Drivin' In My Lane. SOURCE: PINKARD & BOWDEN-RITERS IN DISGUISE Copyright 1984 Warner Brothers Records, Inc. LP1-250-57 GG OCT98
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