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Jerry Reed
"Caffeine, Nicotine, Benzedrine" lyrics

Caffeine, Nicotine, Benzedrine

I've been pushing that diesel
Since early dawn
I ain't had no sleep, boys
I don't know how long
A whole lotta trouble
I just making them curves
Now I need a little something
To try and settle my nerves

So hey, little waitress
Make my coffee strong
I'd like a king size filter
And a country song
A few pots of coffee
To kinda pick me up
Caffeine, nicotine, benzedrine
Wish me luck

Well, I was rolling down the highway
With heavy eyes
I saw a lit up billboard
That had to advertise
Everything for the trucker
Lots of parking space
And a sign out front that says
"Boy, this is the place"

So hey, little waitress
Make my coffee strong
I'd like a king size filter
And a country song
A few pots of coffee
To kinda pick me up
Caffeine, nicotine, benzedrine
Wish me luck

Well, I got hungover
I left Chicago late
I got a big boss man, boy
That just don't like to wait
Memphis in the morning
I got to burn the wind
And I ain't gonna make it, son
In the shape that I'm in

So hey, little waitress
Make my coffee strong
A pack of king size filters
And a country song
A few pots of coffee
To kinda pick me up
Caffeine, nicotine, benzedrine
Wish me luck

Caffeine, nicotine, benzedrine
And wish me luck

Authors: Betty Mackey, Bill Hayes, Bill Howard