"Silver Train" as written by and Mick/richards Jagger....
Silver train is a comin'
Think I'm gonna get on now, oh, yeah
Silver train is a comin'
Think I wanna get on now, oh, yeah, oh, yeah
Silver rain is a fallin'
Fallin' up around my house, oh, yeah
Silver rain is a fallin', fallin' up around my house, oh, yeah, oh, yeah
And I did not know her name
And I did not know her name
But I sure love the way that she laughed and took my money
And I did not know her name
And I did not know her name
But I sure loved the way that she laughed and called me Honey
Silver rain is a fallin'
Fallin' up around my house, oh, yeah
Silver belles is a ringin'
Ringin' all around my house, ding, dong, oh, yeah
And I did not know her name
And I did not know her name
But I sure loved the way that she laughed and took my money
And I did not know her name
And I did not know her name
But I sure loved the way that she laughed and called me Honey
I'm going home on a south bound train with a song in my mouth
I'm going home on a south bound train with a song in my mouth
Silver train is a runnin'
Think I'm gonna get on now, oh, yeah
Silver train is a comin'
Think I'm gonna get on now, oh, yeah
And I did not know her name
And I did not know her name
But I sure loved the way that she laughed and took my money
And I did not know her name
And I did not know her name
But I sure loved the way that she laughed and called me Honey
Silver train is a comin'
Think I'm gonna get on now, oh, yeah
Silver train is a comin'
Think I'm gonna get on board, oh, yeah



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"Silver Train" as written by Mick Jagger Keith Richards

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    General CommentThis song originally appeared on STILL ALIVE AND WELL by Johnny Winter. The song was written for him.
    ZoeRPMon November 30, 2012   Link

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