From the recording The Highway Song

<p>One Saturday in July 2010 we received an email from a fan. There was no message, only the subject line:&nbsp; "Just heard you on Car Talk." Sure enough, Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers, had featured The Highway Song as a bumper between segments of the popular NPR program, Car Talk, making this officially " another Stupid Car Song." We love it! If you ever hear us on the radio and think we should know about it, be sure to drop us a line.</p>


<p style="text-align: center;"><span style="font-size: x-small;"><span style="font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;">THE HIGHWAY SONG &copy; 4-5-09 by Ruth A. Bloomquist<br />I&rsquo;ve been riding this highway in sun, rain &amp; snow<br />I&rsquo;m no longer counting the days<br />And those long white lines all look the same<br />Maybe I&rsquo;ve lost my way<br />Maybe I should have left this highway <br />Behind me a long time ago<br />But in my heart it seems like the right way to go<br /><br />Chorus-&nbsp; I can see them in the distance in my rearview mirror<br />And they&rsquo;re moving at the speed of light<br />Soon they&rsquo;ll be by me in a flash and out of sight<br /><br />I have seen on this highway some very fast cars<br />Eager to find their way through<br />With all of that muscle &amp; all of that power<br />As if they had something to prove<br />Some of them drive like there&rsquo;ll be no tomorrow<br />And maybe for some that is true<br />Maybe that next shooting star in the sky will be you<br /><br />I have shared this old highway with many a soul<br />Some of them drive 55<br />Sometimes I pass them, sometimes they pass me<br />Sometimes we ride side by side<br />Often I wonder just where they are going <br />And if they are now close to home<br />And how long they&rsquo;ll stay there before they are tempted to roam<br /><br /></span></span></p>