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The Scania 164 Song Lyrics By Joe Moore. A truck driver's song giving praise to that might truck The Scania.

Here's The Guitar Chords
(D) I used to drive a Scania Truck,(G) Lord but she could go.
She was (A) built up in Sweden, In a place they call Mal(D)mö.
There was no machine could touch her, with my (G) shoe down to the floor.
As I (A) drove up the motorway in my Scania 16(D)4.
Chorus
You could hear that wagon coming with her (G) might engine roar,
This (A) big machine is strong and mean, drawing 40 tonnes or (D) more.
There was no machine could touch her with my (G) shoe down to the floor.
As I (A) drove up the motorway in my Scania 16(D)4.

I used to drive a Scania Truck, Lord but she could go.
She was built up in Sweeden, In a place they call Malmö.
There was no maching could touch her, with my shoe down to the floor.
As I drove up the motorway in my Scania 164.
Chorus
You could hear that wagon coming with her might engine roar,
This big machine is strong and mean, drawing 40 tonnes or more.
There was no machine could touch her with my shoe down to the floor.
As I drove up the motorway in my Scania 164.

It was at the trucker's Cafe down in Marseille.
As I went up to order I could hear them trucker's say.
Well there's that girl that just walked by as I was telling you before.
She sits up high and mighty in her Scania 164.

You could hear that wago coming with her might engin roar,
This big machine is strong and mean, drawing 40 tonnes or more.
There was no machine could touch her with my shoe down to the floor.
As I drove up the motorway in my Scania 164.

If you ever think of trucking or buying a wagon big and strong,
Have yourself some comfort as you go trucking on,
When going to a dealer then let him know the score,
That you just want to buy yourself a Scania 164.
Repeat Chorus.

   
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