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  1. Railroad Song

From the album Love & Life

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Lyrics

Railroad Song
Written By Jason Moon

When you’re walking by the railroad tracks,
It’s always best to watch your back.
When you hear the whistle blowing that sad, sad song.
When you here the rail popping, train time ain’t to long.
When you’re walking by the railroad tracks.

When you live your life out on the rail.
Keep enough money to go your bail.
Folks up on the mountain, folks living way down below.
And the seasons tell you, when it’s your time to go.
When you live your life out on the rail.

When you ride, you got to ride the blind.
Cause this train it ain’t none of mine.
Come on rounders, we can ride, for free.
So much more, of this great big world, I’ve got to see.
When you ride, you got to ride the blind.

If you sleep down in the railroad yard.
A can of beans will get you far.
Cause the hobos are cooking up little bit of stone stew.
But the Rail Yard Bull’s got nothing but a flogging for you.
When you sleep down in the railroad yard.

When you dream if you dream at night.
You can dream of the Northern Lights.
Or you can dream, about the ones, you love.
You can dream, about the ones, you love.
When you’re walking by railroad tracks.

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