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

  • Leaving Shamrock
    Rte 66
    Next Stop Amarillo
  • Train approaching
  • Whistle squealing
  • Pause!
  • Avoid that
  • Rundown feeling!
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • To change that
  • Shaving job
  • To joy
  • You gotta use
  • The real McCoy
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Dinah doesn't
  • Treat him right
  • But if he'd
  • Shave
  • Dyna-mite!
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • The safest rule
  • No ifs or buts
  • Just drive
  • Like every one else
  • Is nuts!
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • The hero
  • Was brave and strong
  • And willin'
  • She felt his chin--
  • Then wed the villain
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • These signs
  • Are not
  • For laughs alone
  • The face they save
  • May be your own
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Toughest
  • Whiskers
  • In the town
  • We hold 'em up
  • You mow 'em down
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • This cream
  • Makes the
  • Gardener's daughter
  • Plant her tu-lips
  • Where she oughter
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • He asked
  • His kitten
  • To pet and purr
  • She eyed his puss
  • And screamed
  • "What fur!"
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • No matter
  • The price
  • No matter how new
  • The best safety device
  • In your car is you
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • "No, no,"
  • She said
  • To her bristly beau
  • "I'd rather
  • Eat the mistletoe"
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • The bearded devil
  • Is forced
  • To dwell
  • In the only place
  • Where they don't sell
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • If variety
  • Is what
  • You crave
  • Then get
  • A tuba
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • That barefoot
  • Chap
  • With cheeks of tan
  • Won't let 'em chap
  • When he's a man
  • Burma Shave

  • Entering Amarillo
    Rte 66
    Rest Stop
Leg05 Shamrock → Amarillo
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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