Where his he now? The question is always there. Is he lonely? Do people really care? He risks his life for strangers, Never gets a smile, But when they need him He goes that extra mile. He has feelings too, you know Or do they ever think? I set here worrying Even if he's thirsty Would they give him just a drink? When the phone rings And he's just a little late All my fears come rushing. I feel that I might faint. They are his first concern you know. No one thinks of that. He can't think of me out there. I'll tell you that's a fact. He is their protector. None other is his care. Words that strip his dignity Are more than he can bear. Can't anyone take a little time for him And pat him on the back? Tell him he is appreciated? And when it comes to character He certainly doesnt lack.
Remind him when his coming home To leave it all out there. Here he has serenity, And abundance of love and care. Oh please God, look after him When he goes out of my sight. He's a highway patrolman And I love him with all my might.