Back To You Coreys

Story Behind The Song

A truck drivin' song, fallin' in love with someone along the journey and wanted to come back and be with this individual.....

Song Description

Truck Drivin' Love Song..........with the real sound of a "Big Rig"...HONK, HONK!!!

Song Length 2:29 Genre Country - Bluegrass, Country - Bluegrass
Tempo Medium Fast (131 - 150) Lead Vocal Male Vocal
Subject Trucks, Falling in Love Language English
Era 1970 - 1979


Back To You

Margie & Art Corey/BMI
Copyright 2016 (c)

1st Verse
The wind is a blowin',
And I must be a goin',
Been so nice knowin' you....
Oh, the road is a callin'
There's a load needs haulin',
Been so nice knowin' you......

Been so nice knowin' you......

2nd Verse
We'll meet again
I can't say when
You got me fallin' for you
I'll come back this way
I might even stay
I've never seen eyes so blue...

Oh, The road twists and turns
And my heart really urns
To get right back to you
Now a storm is arisin'
I've got a keep drivin'
I've got a keep drivin' straight thru.........

3rd Verse
I've been drivin' this rig
Since I was a kid
Now, it's time that I settle down
I knew from the start
That you stole my heart
Now, it's time to turn this truck around


Oooooooo, Ooooo......
Back to you..........
Back to you..........
Back to you..........


great energy

Ok first of all ... love the truck horn. HAHA! I think I hear a whole gamut of country type instruments. Guitar, fiddle, mandolin, banjo. A cornucopia of musicality here. The lyric says just enough without being verbose. It actually tells my own story to a T. Except my rig was a Plymouth Satellite. The girl's eyes truly were the bluest I have ever seen. And that is the magic of songwriting. YOUR song tells a story that OTHER people think is their own. The singer gets it across with feeling too.

Did not know you did bluegrass Art! Sounds like the unmistakable vocal stylings of Sir Arthur Corey! Cool and well written and arranged!

its a good song and the playing is great, the recording is good

Obviously this band has its chops together. From the first notes of the fiddle and that amazing banjo, this track was a pleasure to listen to. It's a "on the road love song"...not really deep but fun to listen to. The truck horn blast and "train-sounding" production chops add a lot to make this a high energy, creatively produced song. Ending is clever and fun.

Very good vocals as far as tone. Very nice quality of instruments.

sounds like some of the songs Johnny Cash use to sing. being on the road as a truck driver is lonely. good song to listen too when your a truck driver.

Lyrics Truck Stop Waitress Marg Corey Music Senior Mechanic AC, Drivin' the Studio One
Producer Art Corey Performance Art Corey.....BIAB & Studio One 3.3
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