"Central Two-O-Nine" as written by Robert Plant, Jason Friedman, Traditional, and Buddy Miller....
Waiting on the long black train
Blues fell down like showers of rain

Let me hear that whistle blow
Take me to my baby's door

Call up Central 209
Get my baby on the line

Bring me my pony, my black mare
Find my rider, out in the world somewhere

Fold my arms, I walk away
Troubled more everyday

Woman crazy, round 'n' round
Dig my soul, deep in the ground


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"Central Two-O-Nine" as written by Jason Friedman Robert Plant

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