"Hobo's Lullaby" as written by and Goebel Reeves....
Go to sleep, you weary hobo
Watch the towns go drifting by
Can't you hear the rails a-singin'?
That's the hobo's lullaby

Don't you worry about tomorrow
Let tomorrows come and go
Tonight you've got a nice, warm boxcar,
Free from all the wind and snow

Go to sleep, you weary hobo
Watch the towns go drifting by
Can't you hear the rails a-singin'?
That's the hobo's lullaby

I know the police cause you trouble
They cause trouble everywhere,
But when you die and go to heaven,
There'll be no policemen there

Go to sleep, you weary hobo
Watch the towns go drifting by
Can't you hear the rails a-singin'?
That's the hobo's lullaby

Can't you hear the rails a-singin', ooh?
That's the hobo's lullaby


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"Hobo's Lullaby" as written by Goebel Reeves

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