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

  • Leaving Albuquerque
    Rte 66
    Next Stop Winslow
  • Why is it
  • When you
  • Try to pass
  • The guy in front
  • Goes twice as fast'
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • We've made
  • Grandpa
  • Look so trim
  • The local
  • Draft board's after him
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • To steal
  • A kiss
  • He had the knack
  • But lacked the cheek
  • To get one back
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Many a forest
  • Used to stand
  • Where a
  • Lighted match
  • Got out of hand
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • At a quiz
  • Pa ain't
  • No whiz
  • But he knows how
  • To keep Ma his
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Don't leave safety
  • To mere chance
  • That's why
  • Belts are
  • Sold with pants
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Passing cars
  • When you can't see
  • May get you
  • A glimpse
  • Of eternity
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Don't
  • Try passing
  • On a slope
  • Unless you have
  • A periscope
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Men
  • With whiskers
  • 'Neath their noses
  • Oughta have to kiss
  • Like eskimoses
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Said farmer Brown
  • Who's bald
  • On top
  • Wish I could
  • Rotate the crop
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Drinking drivers--
  • Nothing worse
  • They put
  • The quart
  • Before the hearse
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • This cooling shave
  • Will never fail
  • To stamp
  • Its user
  • First class male
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • His crop of
  • Whiskers
  • Needed reaping
  • That's what kept
  • His Lena leaping
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Tho stiff
  • The beard
  • That Nature gave
  • It shaves
  • Like down with
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • The draftee
  • Tried a tube
  • And purred
  • Well whaddya know
  • I've been defurred
  • Burma Shave

  • Entering Winslow
    Rte 66
    Rest Stop
Leg07 Albuquerque → Winslow
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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