You've heard "On the Road Again" and "Convoy," but these lesser known trucking classics deliver folksy fables and hard workin' trucker lore to match up against "Eastbound and Down."
AM Desert Jesus by Climp Delver
Turn, Truck, Turn by Barbara Builter
Chuggin' Eye Peelers by K.C. Soppy Trowels and the Female Body Inspectors
Get Your Supper Bucket Ready by Travith Tripth
Trucks Have Wheels by Honest McCoy and the Lyin' City Folk
Callin' in to Rushbo by Junior Seniors and the Seniors
In a Muddy Diaper He Rides by Jordan Comon and the Slams
BJ and the Creeper Cooter by Old Red Hiccups
Bucket Din Din by Creamy Dan
18 Wheels On My Truck by Corey Counterman
Rode to Saskatoon Snoozin' by The Late Tom Brokaws
Freight Tuggin' Tina by Slavoj and the Zizeks
Round Rubber Things Go by Honest McCoy featuring Holdt Scuba
Nappin' in the Passing Lane by Two Star Yelp Review
75 to Ocala by 326 to the 301 by Corey Counterman
Scarfin' Asphalt by Creamy Dan
Eight Months Old and Haulin' by Corey Counterman and the Tennessee Tabulators
Lost My Girl to a Roofer by Egg "Cherokee" Scrumbles
Eat Yer Bucket, BJ by Old Red Hiccups
Mommy's Bucket Baby by Bad Baz and the Lurhmenn
Toronto to Tucson to Trouble by Shirtless Ron Rabbit
Ride the Asphalt Rails by The Kentucky Jew Boys
Truck Drivin' Sonuva Mommy by Kebby Jizholms
Ain't No Honey in the Honey Bucket by Rampy Bossup
Ain't Got No Baba No More by Tennessee "Hickory" Asscomb
Big Rectangle and the Round-Round Circles by Lerlene Hitler
Sad Spotty Lotty by The Brown Mountain Boys
Haulin' Trouble in My Eatin' Bucket by Scoob and the Sherpas
Last Ride of the Late Night Baby by Winty Friller
Jerked Off By a Stranger by Craegg Clownsmith Jr.
BJ and the Pantload by Old Red Hiccups
Votin' Chicks (Ruinin' This Country O' Mine) by Craegg Clownsmith Jr.
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