The songs he has written:

Headlites

British country singer Kelvin Henderson chosed to record this song as title track for his 1981 album. At the same time, Dick Feller was touring the UK. He and Henderson then shared some time in a studio recording a session for BBC. Feller recorded Headlites for BBC himself as well.

 
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Kelvin Henderson Headlites 1981 Country Roads

Lyric:
Yes I'm a travellin' man, I make my dollar on the road
Perhaps it's not what I should have done, but it's what I do
And it's not easy for you to have me leave you alone
And it's hard for me knowing it's hard for you

Chorus:
Especially the long nights, headlites on the highway
When the darkest hours find me thinking of you alone
And I need you bad and it's so sad that the only way
Is to have me gone wishing I was home or home wishing I was gone

That old wanderlust burns like a gypsy curse
Sometimes I think the circles I run are around myself
But I do love you and I know you love me too
Though at times I guess you wish you loved somebody else

Chorus:
Like in those long nights, headlites on the highway
When the darkest hours find me thinking of you alone
And I need you bad and it's so sad that the only way
Is to have me gone wishing I was home or home wishing I was gone

Yes, I know you'd like to see me take that eight to five
That'd have me home in time for the evening news
But that old road has a hold on me like a drunkards wine
And I crave when I don't have it and loathe when I do

Chorus:
'Cause in those long nights, headlites on the highway
When the darkest hours find me thinking of you alone
And I need you bad and it's so sad that the only way
Is to have me gone wishing I was home or home wishing I was gone

Words and music: Dick Feller  Vector Music/Horipro Music