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Song Parodies -> "Sunday Drivers"

Original Song Title:

"Midnight Rider"

Original Performer:

Wille Nelson

Parody Song Title:

"Sunday Drivers"

Parody Written by:

Dawn Watson

The Lyrics

This song was inspired by watching a truck driver trying to pass somebody on the highway that wouldn't get over into the slow lanes.
I gotta drive to keep from colliding,
I found an old fart hiding,
And I've got six more miles of driving.

I don't think it'll stretch,
No, I don't think I'll stand it,
No that Sunday Driver.

I think he's not aware of where he is,
Of this heavy load that I'm a hauling,
And I've got five more miles behind him.

I don't think it'll stretch on no,
I don't think I'm going to make it,
Sunday Driver

(Music plays)

Now I've lost to where I'm heading,
This old fart has got me to glaring,
And I've got one more mile of driving.

Yeah, you guessed it, I suppose,
Yes you can say I'm sick of it,
That Sunday Driver!

No, I'm not going to let 'em get to me,
No, That Sunday Driver....

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McKludge - May 21, 2007 - Report this comment
Wasn't Midnight Rider written by Gregg Allman?
Dawn - April 03, 2008 - Report this comment
I believe so, but this was Willie Nelson version of the song. I figure several people might've recorded it at one time or another.

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