I Love You To Death – Lyrics

Eighteen wheels rolling down the highway
Eighteen days of lonesome and I know
Eighteen ways of waiting for you cowboy
Eighteen nights of being here alone

The asphalt is stretching out before you
White lines direct the way and so
Never let that ranting roaring diesel
Rob you of our love Oh please don’t go

I love you to death my diesel cowboy
But trucking is the only life you know
Your diesel’s tuned in time to this beating heart of mine
I love you to death but please don’t go

Whether it’s from somewhere out near nowhere
Whether it’s from here to there don’t go
The final word I whispered to you cowboy
I love you to death so please don’t go

The telephone is ringing early morning
It won’t be long before the tears will flow
It makes no difference where it happened cowboy
I loved you to death why did you go?

I love you to death my diesel cowboy
But trucking is the only life you know
Your diesel’s tuned in time to this beating heart of mine
I love you to death but please don’t go

I’ll never be without your memories cowboy
I’ll never be the same again I know
And I’ll never hear that Claxon down the highway
Oh I’ve loved you to death, why did you go

I love you to death my diesel cowboy
But trucking is the only life you know
Your diesel’s tuned in time to this beating heart of mine
I love you to death but please don’t go

I Love You To Death – Terry Bennetts Lyrics from the Terry and Jenny album “The Good Old Days

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