"Where's a Train" as written by and Mellon/griggs....
I tried the bottle but it only brings me further down
And since you left, oh, there ain't a soul around
I've got to get out, if I get home late, just find a way
I need somethin' that's gonna carry me away

Tell me, where's a train when you need one?
Lord knows I could sure use a ride
Tell me, where's a train when you need one?
'Cause I've never been as lonesome as I am tonight

There's a set of rails that cuts a path to eternity
And I know, yeah, I know there's a boxcar
Waitin' there for me

Now baby, baby, maybe that's the place
I can get you off my mind
I need that lonesome whistle to blow till the end of time

Tell me, where's a train when you need one?
'Cause Lord knows I could sure use a ride
Tell me, where's a train when you need one?
'Cause I've never been as lonesome as I am tonight

Oh, tell me, where's a train when I need one?
Lord knows I could sure use a ride
Tell me, where's a train when you need one?
'Cause I've never been as low
I don't think I've been as low as I am tonight

Oh, somebody tell me where's a train?
Where's a train, where's a train when I need one?
Oh, somebody come, God knows it's been a long run
I've gotta go, take me away


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