"Galleria Dele Armi" as written by and Will Sexton Terry Allen....
During the time of the second World War
A small town in Italy
Death
Came
Aboard
Train number 8017
It wasn't strafing of bombing
Clandestine de-railings
It was just
Some bad coal
The stockyard was selling
Climb aboard everybody
To Galleria dele Armi
Train 8017 to hell of to heaven
Train 8017 climb aboard

All the allied forces
Shut down the town
Made rich men and poor men
The same
Poor
So they hid
In the night
Shivered
Til the 8017 came
Their families were starving
In the village of Bovano
They had to break
The rules
Just to try
To find food
Climb aboard everybody
To Galleria dele Armi
Train 8017 to hell of to heaven
Train 8017 climb aboard

Just through the mountains
Is Galleria dele Armi
A rich valley so fertile
And full
And only one train can get there
There's only one tunnel
To pass through
But the train
It stopped
In the middle
Of the tunnel
And smoke
From bad coal
Turned black
The 500
From Bovano
Who hungered
But died
Before
They got through
Climb aboard everybody
To Galleria dele Armi
Train 8017
Train 8017 climb aboard
During the time of the second World War
A small town in Italy
Death
Came
Aboard


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