"Goodbye Train" as written by and Gordie Edmond Johnson....
Well, I walked, walked my baby
Well, I walked her down to the train
And I said, oh baby, please walk slow
Well, I hate to see you go

I walked my baby, down to the train
I know I'll never see my girl again

Well, I tried to make her understand
You know, I tried to make her understand
I talked to my baby, tried to get her to understand
She left me at the station wavin' my hand

Calling goodbye train
Goodbye train
Goodbye train
Goodbye train

Well if I had, if I had you close to me
You'd know, I wouldn't have to go on in this misery

Well, now I'm cryin'
Callin' out her name
Well, now I'm cryin'
Callin' out her name

I stood there at the station
You know, I was callin' out her name
So, go ahead and leave me just the same

Callin' goodbye train
Goodbye train
Goodbye train
Goodbye train



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"Goodbye Train" as written by Gordie Edmond Johnson

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