"Railroad" as written by William Macdonald Lawrie and Maurice Gibb....
I'm packing my bags and goin' home
I've been here too long
So happy I'll get there on my own
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Been here for reasons right or wrong
So I'm packing my bags and I'm goin' home
So I'll walk by the railroad anytime , anytime
Walk by the railroad anytime

Tell my brother and sister
That ev'rything's gone wrong
But I'll walkin' by that railroad 'til I'm home
There's been lies told in my story
But they've produced none of that glory
Cause I'm walkin' by that railroad 'til I'm home
So I'll walkin' by that railroad 'til I'm home

Tell my woman that I miss her
That I can't wait to kiss her
So I'm walkin' by that railroad til I'm home
There's been lies told in my story
But they've produced none of that glory
But still I've served my time
And there's no use in cryin'
Cause I'm walkin' by that railroad 'til I'm home
So I'm walkin' by that railroad 'til I'm home


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"Railroad" as written by Maurice Ernest Gibb William Macdonald Lawrie

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