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TRAVELING DOWN THE BLUE ROAD Marshall Wilborn DOYLE LAWSON Traveling down the blue road Wondering, hardly waiting just to get back home again Winds are blowing down the blue road Too long a loser, soon he's gonna win. 1st verse He's worked in wood, worked in steel, call him what you will Years can never outnumber the miles on his shoes Been a lover and a fighter, gambler and moonshiner Call him well-acquainted with the blues. 2nd verse Speak of oil fields, cottonfields, bright lights and city nights Think about most any place he may have lived or died There but now there's a lady who can turn back the miles Gentle as a summer morning air. (Contributed by - April 2008)

    


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