Drug Store Truck Drivin' Man

Words and Music by Gram Parsons and Roger McGuinn


       A                        E
He's a drug store truck drivin' man

E                            A
He's the head of the Ku Klux Klan

A                  D
When summer rolls around

D        E                    A
He'll be lucky if he's not in town

           A                      E
Well, he's got him a house on the hill

E                             D               A
He plays country records till you've had your fill

A                               D
He's a fireman's friend he's an all night DJ

D      E                            D          A
But he sure don't think much of the records he plays


Well, he don't like the young folks I know
He told me one night on his radio show
He's got him a medal he won in the War
It weighs five-hundred pounds and it sleeps on his floor


He's been like a father to me
He's the only DJ you can hear after three
I'm an all night musician in a rock and roll band
And why he don't like me I can't understand


He'll be lucky if he's not in town

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