There’s something about trains
and the way they trek on down
especially the ones
that are heading out of town

So Sherri got her bags
and she said come on let’s go
I’m tired of the pace here,
let’s head on down the road

ladida di dum di dadi dadi dadi dum di da di dum…..

Because there we can do
whatever we want to do
we can look at the stars
or just listen to the
beating of our hearts

latida….

So we said farewell and adieu
to the crows and all their foes,
They said: ‘another two leaving,
oh well, that’s the way it goes’

So we jumped onto a boxcar
and we held each-other close
And we wondered what would happen,
we had nothing left to lose, I suppose

We could go and try to find the prime minister
and ask him one or two things that are on our minds:
Like how come not everyone should fall in love, and how come, our neighbours are
all stressed out?

Ladida……..

There’s something about trains
and the way they trek on down
especially the ones
that are heading out of town……..



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Ballad of Sherri song meanings
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