Ain’t singing ‘bout the seasons
or the cold November rain
ain’t about to let you back
‘cause you’ll only leave again
I don’t hear nothing but the sound of your name
what I need is a song about a train

I hear it late at night
come rolling through the trees
bearing down on my insides
every time I hit my knees
sweet Lord above won’t you help me please
take me back where it’s best to believe

I laid my penny on the track
so take me now and don’t look back
what I need is a song about a train

Like my daddy before me
I’ve a need to rest my bones
so I’ll head down to the river
and feel I’m going home
those tracks go on forever people say
but I’m gonna jump that last car someday

I laid my penny on the track
so take me now and don’t look back
what I need is a song about a train


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