"The Golden Rocket" as written by and Hank Snow....
From old Montana down to Alabam I've been before and I'll travel again
You triflin' women can't keep a good man down
You dealt the cards but you missed a play so hit the road and be on your way
Gonna board the Golden Rocket and leave this town

Well hear her thunder on through the night this Golden Rocket is doin' me right
And that sunny south land sure is a part of me
From your call board hears my name
Your fire went out you done lost your flames
And this Golden Rocket is gonna roll my blues away
Yeah I was a good engine a runnin' on time but baby I'm switchin' to another line
So honey never hang your signal out for me
I'm tired of runnin' on the same old track
Bought a one way ticket and I won't be back
This Golden Rocket's gonna blow my blues away

Well hear her thunder...

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"The Golden Rocket" as written by Hank Snow

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