"Slow Train" as written by and Gillan Blackmore....
If you're leaving close the door
I'm not expecting people anymore
Hear me grieving, I'm lying on the floor
Whether I'm drunk or dead I really ain't too sure
I'm a blind man, I'm a blind man and my world is pale
When a blind man cries, Lord, you know there ain't no sadder tale

Had a friend once in a room
had a good time but it ended much too soon
In a cold month in that room
we found a reason for the things we had to do

I'm a blind man, I'm a blind man, now my room is cold
When a blind man cries, Lord, you know he feels it from his soul


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"Slow Train" as written by Ian Gillan Ritchie Blackmore

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