Bill Lauderbach

Bill Lauderbach

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Country - Contemporary | Jersey Shore, Nashville, Myrtle Beach, New Jersey, United States
Total Song Plays: 3,690   
Member Since: 2008
   Last Login: 9/15/2019

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370

Song Description

A man regrets the decision he made.

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Lyrics

I Miss My Truck

The first time that I saw her, she was sittin' in the sun
I don't believe in love at first sight, but somehow I knew she was the one
When I touched her perfect body, it sent shivers down my spine
And when I crawled into her bed, I knew I had to make her mine
All those trips we took together, all the things we used to do
I never thought the day would come, I'd be in her rear view

Chorus
I miss my truck, she was the best
She took me where I've never been
You might say I was obsessed
With her great big shiny bumpers
And that tailgate didn't suck
I really loved her chassis
Oh man I miss my truck

I guess I should have listened, to my friends and their advice
When they told me to pay no mind, to the rantings of my wife
She said babe I sure don't like that truck, it's just ugly and you know
You're gonna have to make a choice, one of us has got to go
The next time I'll know better, it's a lesson for my life
You only love one pick up truck, you can find another wife

Chorus
I miss my truck, she was the best
She took me where I've never been
You might say I was obsessed
With her great big shiny bumpers
And that tailgate didn't suck
I really loved her chassis
Oh man I miss my truck

Yeh I sure do love that wife of mine
But I really miss my truck

© 2009, Bill Lauderbach

58 Wynndemere Ct. / Cape May Court House, NJ 08210 / 610.812.6885 / lauderbach@att.net

www.BillLauderbach.com

Song Length
3:58
Genres
Country - Honky Tonk, Country - General
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Disconcerted

Subject Matter
Regret, Trucks

Similar Artists
Brad Paisley, Toby Keith
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Bill Lauderbach
Music Credits Bill Lauderbach
Producer Credits Billy Anderson
Performance Credits Rusty Tabor