When David Allan Coe was asked “What do you ride” at bike week, he said…
“What do I ride? Well, I wrote a song called Panheads Forever. I’ve always been pretty partial to Panheads.
I don’t ride a lot anymore; I’m 72 years old.
I just don’t have time for the hassles, of being pulled over by the police, when I’m on my way to a concert, and missing a $20,000 show because some guy doesn’t like the way I look on a motorcycle.
I still ride a little bit, but it’s not an obsession like it was when I was younger.”
The lyrics to Panheads Forever say.
She’s a high-flying lady. She takes me where I want to be.
There’s no other woman. Standing between her and me.
I’ll always be faithful. And keep her ’til the end of time.
God knows I’ll always love. That old Panhead of mine.
am a hard core fan of your music,have seen you in 3 different states…the neon armadillo in columbus ohio…the bay in chattanooga tenn. and the variety playhouse in atlanta,ga. have a large collection of you albums on cd, also got a copy of buckstone county prison on lp. cant seem to find long haired redneck on disc…ive tried my damnedest to get close enough to get an autogragh, i understand you dont greet the crowd,anyway, just wanted to let you know from one buckeye to another that i think your music is great and youre an amazing artist. keep on keepin on