The red and white BurmaShave signs were a familiar site traveling across the USA by car in the 1950's.

  • Leaving Oklahoma City
    Rte 66
    Next Stop Shamrock
  • Listen birds
  • These signs cost money
  • You can rest awhile
  • But don't get Funny
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • The hobo
  • Lets his
  • Whiskers sprout
  • It's trains--not girls
  • That he takes out
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • A beard
  • That's rough
  • And overgrown
  • Is better than
  • A chaperone
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Pat's bristles
  • Scratched
  • Bridget's nose
  • That's when
  • Her wild Irish rose
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Substitutes
  • Can do
  • More harm
  • Than city fellers
  • On a farm
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • The band
  • For which
  • The grand stand roots
  • Is not made up of
  • Substi-toots!
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Another
  • Red skin
  • Bit the dust
  • When Pa tried
  • What these signs discussed
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Unless
  • Your face
  • Is stinger free
  • You'd better let
  • Your honey be
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • She eyed
  • His beard
  • And said no dice
  • The wedding's off--
  • I'll COOK the rice
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • My cheek
  • Says she
  • Feels smooth as satin
  • Ha! Ha! Says he
  • That's mine you're pattin'
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Proper
  • Distance
  • To him was bunk
  • They pulled him out
  • Of some guy's trunk
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Big blue tube
  • It's a honey
  • Best squeeze play
  • For love
  • Or money
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Cautious rider
  • To her
  • Reckless dear
  • Let's have less bull
  • And lots more steer
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Spring
  • Has sprung
  • The grass has riz
  • Where last year's
  • Careless drivers is
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Soap
  • May do
  • For lads with fuzz
  • But sir, you ain't
  • The kid you wuz
  • Burma Shave

  • Entering Shamrock
    Rte 66
    Rest Stop
Leg04 Oklahoma City → Shamrock
1. Select any U.S. Route 66 leg (top left).
2. Optionally select a ♫ 50's/60's Jukebox … it will load in a separate tab.
3. Select play & set volume on the Jukebox, then return to this tab & start the signs.
4. Single click the Start/Stop button to start, pause or continue the BurmaShave signs.

Take the classic U.S. Route 66 from Chicago to Santa Monica. About 3 minutes per leg and all are unique - no repeats. Happy time travels!
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