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

  • Leaving Kingman
    Rte 66
    Next Stop Barstow
  • When passing
  • Through school zones
  • Please drive slow.
  • Let's let our
  • Little shavers
  • Grow.
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Don't stick your elbow
  • Out too far
  • Or it may
  • Go home
  • In another car!
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Henry VIII
  • Sure Had Trouble
  • Short Term Wives
  • Long Term Stubble
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • The midnight
  • Ride of Paul
  • For beer
  • Led to a warmer
  • Hemishpere
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Hardy men
  • Were the Caesars
  • Instead of razors
  • They used tweezers
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • The one who
  • Drives when
  • He's been drinking
  • Depends on you
  • To do his thinking
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • The poorest guy
  • In the
  • Human race
  • Can have a
  • Million dollar face
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • He lit a match
  • To check gas tank
  • That's why
  • They call him
  • Skinless frank
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • If daisies
  • Are your
  • Favorite flower
  • Keep pushin' up those
  • Miles-per-hour
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Use this cream
  • A day
  • Or two
  • Then don't call her--
  • She'll call you
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • Keep it fitter
  • Or "baby"
  • Will get
  • Another sitter
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • A peach
  • Looks Good
  • With lots of fuzz
  • Man's no peach
  • And never was
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • He's the guy
  • The girls forgot
  • Tho' he was smooth
  • His face was not
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • His tenor voice
  • She thought divine
  • 'Til whiskers scratched
  • Sweet Adeline
  • Burma Shave
  • • •      • • 
  • If you must test
  • Her pucker paint
  • Be sure to drive
  • Where traffic ain't
  • Burma Shave

  • Entering Barstow
    Rte 66
    Rest Stop
Leg10 Kingman → Barstow
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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