The Woodshedders, Phantom On the Highway Lyrics

Phantom On the Highway Lyrics

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The Woodshedders - Phantom On the Highway Lyrics


jenny was a bandit girl she caught a ride on the eastern breeze
leveled her thumb out on the sky waiting for some man to see
and there in the chrome you could see her face as she reached down for her bag
didnít know the priest but she called his name just like she always had
i believe thereís a phantom out on the highway all dressed in black

six miles from magnet cove jenny walked out on the bridge
rolled her smoke on the water like her daddy always did
turned to the priest and coughed it up that she was on the run
and there on the road like a tale of woe a dark cloud passed over the sun
i believe thereís a phantom out on the highway all dressed in black
all the world is a winding road there ainít no use in looking back

the priest looked jenny dead in the eye but before he knew what hit
she cracked his skull with a river rock and pushed him off the bridge
looked at herself in the rearview mirror as she lit another cigarette
now sheís long gone some 50 years but the priest heís down there yet
i believe thereís a phantom out on the highway all dressed in black
all the world is a winding road there ainít no use in looking back

[Thanks to corn johnson for lyrics]





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