Arrested For Driving While Blind

Album: Tejas (1976)
Charted: 91
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  • When you're driving down the highway at night
    And you're feelin' that wild turkey's bite
    Don't give Johnny Walker a ride
    'Cause Jack Black is right by your side
    You might get taken to the jailhouse and find
    You've been arrested for driving while blind

    Now just the other night with nothin' to do
    We broke a case of proof 102
    And started itchin' for that wonderful feel
    Of rollin' in an automobile
    You could say we was out of our mind
    And let me tell you we were flyin' while blind

    Then they had us up against the wall
    Hey it's only blood grain alcohol
    And there ain't no cause for alarm
    We ain't out to do nobody no harm
    How could anyone be so unkind
    To arrest a man for drivin' while blindWriter/s: FRANK BEARD, BILLY GIBBONS, DUSTY HILL
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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