One Drove Away


Tornado winds are strong at best, we've seen so many now,
One man I know drove away from an ugly one some how.
Trucking down in Arkansas, his trailor it did wiggle,
Prayers were answered, as his wife thanked God with a giggle.
He followed his instincts, as he puts the peddle down
Drive far and fast, you can come back to this town
I'm thankful every second, says this lucky trucker's wife,
Married almost a year, and loving their new life.
Tornado winds to this trucker was a warning of danger,
Those feeling to this trucker are surely no stranger.
Whatever it was that prompted him to hightail it away,
I'm thankful God saved my husband who is with me today.

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