"The Railroad" as written by and Lee Hazlewood....
Working on the railroad all day long
Working on the railroad sing this song
Sing about an old love I once knew
Sing about an old love maybe two
Working on the railroad
Working on the railroad
Work...work...working on the...railroad

I drove a hot steel in my time
I drink a lot of stuff they call moonshine
I got me a woman in every town
Working on the railroad, never settle down
Working on the railroad
Working on the railroad
Work...work...working on the...railroad

I draw my pay on a Saturday night
Go in town and had start a fight
Love me a woman a laugh and a joke
Working on the railroad, always a broke
Working on the railroad
Working on the railroad
Work...work...working on the... railroad

When I die and you bury me
Alongside the tracks where I want to be
Don't you cry friend just remember this
There ain't much you all 'body miss
Working on the railroad
Working on the railroad
Work...work...working on the...railroad


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"The Railroad" as written by Lee Hazlewood

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