"Come On Ride It (The Train)" as written by and Jay Mcgowan Barry White....
Woo woo

Come on, ride the train, hey, ride it, woo woo
Come on, ride the train, hey, ride it, woo woo
Come on, ride the train, woo woo, hey
Ride it, woo woo

Come on, ride the train
Woo woo, hey, ride it, woo woo
Come on, ride the train
It's the Choo Choo, ride it, woo woo

Come on, ride the train, it's the Choo Choo train
Come on, ride the train, it's the Choo Choo
Ride it, woo woo
Come on, ride the train, it's the Choo Choo train

Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah
I think I can, I think I can
I think I can, I think I can

Way deep down south, where we play this game
It's them Quad City DJs and you
We call it the train
So if you wanna ride your thing
Just come on down the train

We gonna rock, ooh, Lord, just jump aboard, baby
So get your next of kin, your sister and your friend
Pack it up now, Choo Choo, ride on this, Choo Choo
And, boo, you need to stop faking, and come on with me

I wanna take you home with me, to be alone with me
And I can see you wanna hide it, come on, just divide it
And please don't knock it, until you ride it
So to all of you girls, you know, I'm calling your name

Michelle, Tamika and Tanya
Wanna ride this train, ride out now

Come on, ride the train, hey, ride it, woo woo
Come on, ride the train, hey, ride it, woo woo
Come on, ride the train, woo woo, hey
Ride it, woo woo

Come on, ride the train
Woo woo, hey, ride it, woo woo
Come on, ride the train
It's the Choo Choo, ride it, woo woo

Come on, ride the train, it's the Choo Choo train
Come on, ride the train, it's the Choo Choo
Ride it, woo woo
Come on, ride the train, it's the Choo Choo train

If you feel like dancing
Well, come on, it's up to you
We got the sound to keep you getting down, down
The train is coming through

Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah
I think I can, I think I can
I think I can, I think I can

Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah
I think I can, I think I can
I think I can, I think I can

I can smell them tranquil breezes from a mile away
Graduated from Booze, up to allazay
Baby, you looking tough to death
Got your weave done right, it's on so tight
Now it's on tonight, yeah, yeah

Right about now it's about that time for me to holler
Girl, I wanna waller in the back of my Impala
Woo, don't need no tickets for this thing
Just jump on in, let me hit them switches on the train
And it ain't no thing, it's all the same

Get on the train tracks
Here we go, so get on the floor
And put a hump in your back
So pack your bags, come on, get ready, say what?
We're coming through your town
Move your arm up and down
And make that choo choo sound, like this

Ride that Choo Choo, woo woo
Come on it's the Choo Choo, woo woo
Come on it's the Choo Choo train

If you feel like dancing
Well come on, it's up to you
We got the sound to keep you getting down, down
The train is coming through

Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah
I think I can, I think I can
I think I can, I think I can

Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah
I think I can, I think I can
I think I can, I think I can


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"C'mon and Ride It (The Train)" as written by Jay Mcgowan Barry White

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    General CommentI thinks it's a song about riding trains and all the fun you can have aboard a train. CHOO CHOO!
    vinakson January 06, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI don't believe it's a sexual "train"; rather, I believe it's a dance train...kind of like a more modern (70's) version of the bunny hop:) It WAS what was occurring in the dance clubs during the disco era, which I either fortunately or unfortunately recall due to dancing at the clubs starting at age 15. Never rode a train, though, as a greasy guy wearing powder blue polyester and stacked black shoes holding onto my waist was a tad bit of a turn off:) LOVE this song, though.
    pocketfullofposieson January 12, 2012   Link

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