"Train Long Gone" as written by and Bernard/riley Belle....
(Gone!) Well, I hate how that word
Rattles all around in this room
(Alone,) with a memory so strong
I could sweep it up with a broom.

(Tears,) if I shed anymore I'm afraid
They might wear out my face
(Clear,) Yes, It's clear to me now
That her love can never be replaced.

Love may be gone but never forgotten
The memory won't leave you alone
And the train may be long gone from the station
But you still hear the whistle moan.
Still hear the whistle moan.

(Time,) time got so slow and thick
That the clock hardly ticks anymore
(Crime,) it's a crime how I sit here
And stare like a dog at the door.

(Blame,) Aw yes, I'll take the blame
I admit I did not treat her right
(Shame,) It's a shame laying here
All alone on this cold, windy night.

Love may be gone but never forgotten
The memory won't leave you alone
And the train may be long gone from the station
But you still hear the whistle moan.
Still hear the whistle moan.

Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
Train gone, long gone train.
Oh, oh, oh
Train gone, long gone train.
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
Train gone, long gone train.
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
Oh, oh, oh, oh.

Love may be gone but never forgotten
The memory won't leave you alone
And the train may be long gone from the station
But you can still hear the whistle moan.
Still hear the whistle moan.

Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
Train gone, long gone train.
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Train, long gone train.
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Train, long gone train.

Oh, oh, oh
Train gone, long gone train.
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Train, long gone train.
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Long gone train.

Oh, oh, oh
Train, long gone train.
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Train, long gone train


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"Train Long Gone" as written by Dennis Linde

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