"Ghost Train" as written by and H. Cornwall/d. Greenfield/j.j. Burnel/b. Duffy....
Taking a ride on the ghost train
Looking around at everyone
Taking a ride on the ghost train
Don't you know everyone

Wondering where they'll be taking the fare
Card sharping shooting one another for a comfortable chair

The passengers sit on the ghost train
On the ghost train, wondering when they'll arrive
The faces don't fit on the ghost train
On the ghost train, wondering if they will arrive

The driver is blind when there's snow on the line
He gets hard of hearing in the cabin when the weather is fine

Taking a ride on the ghost train

It's been a long long ride on the ghost train
It's been a long long ride on the ghost train
Long ride on the ghost train

When will it arrive the ghost train
Is there a man alive the ghost train
Who's qualified to drive the ghost train
Are you allowed to drive the ghost train

Claiming your seat on the ghost train
On the ghost train it don't come everyday
Claiming your seat on the ghost train
On the ghost train this train's speeding up as it enters the fray
There's only one class, the first and the last
The ghost train's picking up speed now it's travelling fast

Taking a ride on the ghost train

It's been a long long ride on the ghost train
It's been a long long ride on the ghost train
Long ride on the ghost train

When will it arrive the ghost train
Is there a man alive the ghost train
Who's qualified to drive the ghost train
Are you allowed to drive the ghost train

When will it arrive the ghost train
Is there a man alive the ghost train
Who's qualified to drive the ghost train
Are you allowed to drive the ghost train

When will it arrive the ghost train
Is there a man alive the ghost train
Who's qualified to drive the ghost train
Are you allowed to drive the ghost train


Lyrics submitted by TDracz

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