"Train Kept a Rollin'" as written by and Lois Mann Tiny Bradshaw....
I caught the train, I met a dame,
She was a hipster, well and a real cool dame,
What a chick! She was pretty, from New York City,
Well and we trucked on down in that old Fairlane,
With a heave, and a ho,
Well, I just couldn't let her go.
Get along, sweet little woman, get along,
Get along, sweet little woman get along
"come on sax man let's go!"

[saxophone solo]

Get along, sweet little woman, get along,
Get along, sweet little woman, get along,
With a heave, and a ho,
Well, I just couldn't let her go.

Well, the train kept a-rollin', all night long,
The train kept a-rollin', all night long,
The train kept a-rollin', all night long,
The train kept a-rollin', all night long,
With a heave, and a ho,
Well I just couldn't let her go,
"come on guitar man! let's go!"

[guitar solo]

Get along, sweet little woman, get along,
Get along, sweet little woman, get along,
With a heave, and a ho,
Well, I just couldn't let her go.

Well, the train kept a-rollin', all night long,
The train kept a-rollin', all night long,
The train kept a-rollin', all night long,
The train kept a-rollin', all night long,
With a heave, and a ho,
Well I just couldn't let her go,
come on guitar man! let's go!



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"Train Kept a Rollin'" as written by James Patrick Page Chris Dreja

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