Hey, you guys ready?
One, two, three, one, two, three

Train roll on, on down the line,
Won't you please take me far, far away.
Now I feel the wind blow, outside my door,
I'm leavin' my woman at home, oh yeah.
My baby's gone
Tuesday's gone with the wind,
My baby's gone, gone with that wind
Long Gone (Gary)

(Pepper)
And I don't know, oh, where I'm goin'.
I just want to be left alone.
When this train ends, I'll try again.
I'm leavin' my woman at home.
My baby's gone

Tuesday's gone with the wind. (oh yeah)
Tuesday's gone with the wind.
Tuesday's gone with the wind.
My baby's gone, with the wind.
Train roll on (Jean paul)

Tuesday's gone with the wind.
Tuesday's gone with the wind.
Tuesday's gone with the wind.
My baby's gone, with the wind.

Train roll on
Train roll on many miles from my home,
See I'm, I'm ridin' my blues, babe, blues away, yeah.
But Tuesday you see, oh, she had to be free.
Somehow I got to, to carry on.
My baby's gone.

Tuesday's gone with the wind.
Tuesday's gone with the wind. (Tuesday's gone)
Tuesday's gone with the wind.
My baby's gone, with the wind.

Train roll on, train roll on
Ride on train, ride on train, ride on train
Train roll on, (train rolls on)
The train, it rolls on

Train rolls on (train rolls on)
Lord, I can't change (I can't change)
Lord, I can't change (I can't change)
Lord, I can't change
Lord, I can't change (I can't change)
Train roll on
Ride on train
I can't change
Train roll on
Ride on train
Lord, I can't change, no
I can't change
Ride on Train

Thanks Gar,(right on) thanks pop, thanks Pat, thanks Ger
Thank you Het
Thanks Les, thanks Fatso (thank you everyone)(that was nice)
Thank ya. thank ya, thank ya, thank ya everybody
(Hey, let's, let's do that again)


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Tuesday's Gone Lyrics as written by Ronnie Van Zant Allen Collins

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  • +1
    General Comment

    thats because its a cover dumbass

    bassmanon July 26, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    zps2> my God I hate people blabbing their mouth without knowing sh!t...all the cover songs on Garage Inc. are like a tribute to the bands, that have inspired Metallica through their years... my God you suck a$$ you dumb f#ck

    heavy664on December 09, 2004   Link
  • +1
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    This was an incredible cover out of respect for James Hetfield's favorite band growing up. Metallica did not cover

    bschopon August 10, 2010   Link
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    General Comment

    Metallicas best cover of all time. I cannot say enough about this song so I won't try. Listen to this song and feel. Let your mind go. Listen and feel

    mo0stahon January 14, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    I like the Skynard version better...

    Jigokusabreon April 12, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Actually, Metallica recorded this one song in 1997, not '98, when they were premoting ReLoad on a radio station. It also featured John Popper, Les Claypool, and a couple other guys I forget.

    King Nothingon April 12, 2002   Link
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    nmo offence to anyone...but i think this is one of metallicas worst song, it doesnt sound like something they would write or play, i was a lil dissappointed

    drumminggurl9089on July 25, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    I have to agree, this is one of Metallica's best covers. I wasn't a big Metallica fan until I heard this cover about ten minutes ago . . .

    Insane_Jon September 10, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Amazing song, written by Lynyrd Skynyrd... I Aldso like their cover of "Whiskey In The Jar" By Thin Lizzy. Gary Rossington From Skynyrd also plays on the track.

    war_frogon October 14, 2002   Link
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    Dude, Metallica trying to imitate something? What are you talking about? Their sound is totally different and they continue to grow musically. Hetfield and Hammett are sick sick guitarists, Lars is nasty, and, well...fuck Jason. But, dude, if Whiskey in the Jar is the only Metallica song you like I'd say your musical taste, well you have no taste. Enjoy listening to Creed while you finger your butt.

    carramrodon April 02, 2003   Link

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