"Jimmie Rodgers' Dream" as written by and Elton John Bernard J.p. Taupin....
I'm looking at a funeral wagon rolling down
A two-lane highway winding past a desert town
A big blue canvas painted by the Master's hand
The shifting clouds above and endless miles of sand

In that mirror maybe that's what's left of me
Wheezing like a freight train hauling sixty tons of steel
Air 'em out's the best release and get some rest
Carrie don't wait up for me the brakeman's going West

[Chorus]
In this room all alone
I dream of you
In this drawer I found someone
I never knew

Now I pop a top and stay up late with Gideon
And fall asleep to visions of Meridian
I've seen dusty beaten delta boys cutting heads
A black face carny showman scare a song to death

In my short life I've seen as much as most men need
Now I'm just looking for some cleaner air to breathe

[Chorus]

Far away, far away
So many years, so many days
All along this broken land
I've seen a lover's empty arms
And hunger's empty hand

[Chorus]


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"Jimmie Rodgers' Dream" as written by Elton John Bernard J.p. Taupin

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