As I listen to the wheels,
Hear them going round and round.
It reminds me of the train,
That still makes a lonely sound.

It reminds me of the girl,
That came from Knoxville town,
And how on that April day,
When she took this old boy down.

Oh, Tennessee, you got me runnin'
But I'm not coming back this time.
Way out west is where I'm going,
To forget the one I left behind.

Well I might have seen Moses,
Standin' on the Penn State line.
Just another wanderer,
With an angel on his mind.

I know love, it has its reasons,
The way it comes and it goes.
There's no mystery in seasons,
Or of this hard cold road.

Oh, Tennessee, you got me runnin'
And I'm not coming back this time.
Way out west is where I'm going,
To forget the one I left behind.

Oh, Tennessee, you got me runnin'
And I'm not coming back this time.
Way out west is where I'm going,
To forget the one I left behind.

Tennessee, you got me runnin'
And I'm not coming back this time,
Way out west is where I'm going,
To forget the one I left behind.


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