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(Monte Warden/Doug Swander/Danni Leigh)

Chain
Chain me to the railroad tracks
Felt just like a freight train
When you said you ain't comin' back
Heartache, tears, and loneliness
Ain't nothin' you can do to hurt me more than this
Chain me to the railroad tracks

Baby, I'm trying hard to understand it
After all, you said our love was true
Now, you wanna go and leave me
Acting like you don't need me
There's just one thing left for you to do

Chain me to the railroad tracks
Felt just like a freight train
When you said you ain't comin' back
Heartache, tears, and loneliness
Ain't nothin' you can do to hurt me more than this
Chain me to the railroad tracks

You can't make my heart feel like it's over
When pain like this just wants to hang around
Can't you see just what you're doing
With those goodbye words you're using
Might as well go on and lay me down

Chain me to the railroad tracks
Felt just like a freight train
When you said you ain't comin' back
Heartache, tears, and loneliness
Ain't nothin' you can do to hurt me more than this
Chain me to the railroad tracks

Heartache, tears, and loneliness
Ain't nothin' you can do to hurt me more than this
Chain me to the railroad tracks
Chain me to the railroad tracks



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