"Traineater" as written by and Joel Hamilton Zeena Parkins....
OLD NO. 6, she's going down.
she's had her last meal and now
her first walk through town.

we watched her roll, her head hung down
towards the mill and
that awful sound.

tore down old number six
and strapped her to the cars
a last trip down the tracks to the fires.
to the fires...

old number 6 she's going down
she's had her last meal and now
her first walk through town...

we watched her roll, her head hung down
towards the mill and that awful sound.
that awful sound...

tore down old number six
and strapped her to the cars
a last trip down the tracks to the fires...

she's going down...
she's going down...

a last trip down the tracks...

she's had her last meal...

a last trip down the tracks to the fires...

and now her first walk through town....

tore down old number six...
tore down old number six,
strapped her to the cars...

a last trip down...
a last trip down...
a last trip down the tracks
to the fires...



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