Joe Diffie “Pickup Man” Music Video & Lyrics

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When you think of 1990's country music, Joe Diffie's "Pickup Man" immediately comes to mind. Enjoy the official music video and full lyrics here!

Country music artist Joe Diffie’s “Pickup Man” was released in October 1994 as the second single from his album Third Rock from the Sun. The smash hit written by Kerry Kurt Phillips and Howard Perdew was Diffie’s longest-lasting No. 1 hit, spending four weeks in the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts.

Enjoy the very 1990’s music video below!

“Pickup Man” Lyrics

Well I got my first truck, when I was three
Drove a hundred thousand miles on my knees
Hauled marbles and rocks, and thought twice before
I hauled a Barbie Doll bed for the girl next door
She tried to pay me with a kiss I began to understand
There’s just something women like about a Pickup Man

When I turned sixteen, I saved a few hundred bucks
My first car was a Pickup Truck
I was cruisin’ the town and the first girl I seen
Was Bobbie Jo Gentry, the homecoming queen
She flagged me down and climbed up in the cab, and said
“I never knew you were a Pickup Man!”

You can set my truck on fire, and roll it down a hill
And I still wouldn’t trade it for a Coupe DeVille
I’ve got an eight-foot bed that never has to be made
You know if it weren’t for trucks we wouldn’t have tailgates
I met all my wives in traffic jams
There’s just something women like about a Pickup Man

Most Friday nights I can be found
In the bed of my truck on an old chaise lounge
Backed into my spot at the drive-in show
You know a cargo light gives off a romantic glow
I never have to wait in line at the popcorn stand
‘Cause there’s something women like about a Pickup Man

You can set my truck on fire, and roll it down a hill
And I still wouldn’t trade it for a Coupe DeVille
I’ve got an eight-foot bed that never has to be made
You know if it weren’t for trucks we wouldn’t have tailgates
I met all my wives in traffic jams
There’s just something women like about a Pickup Man

A bucket of rust, or a brand new machine
Once around the block and you’ll know what I mean

You can set my truck on fire, and roll it down a hill
And I still wouldn’t trade it for a Coupe DeVille
I’ve got an eight-foot bed that never has to be made
You know if it weren’t for trucks we wouldn’t have tailgates
I met all my wives in traffic jams
There’s just something women like about a Pickup Man
Yes, there’s something women like about a Pickup Man

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