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Oh, them big wheels are turning going somewhere
And they're carrying her away from my side
Yes, I cried, thought I'd die
Love was just a game to me I thought I'd never cry.

I thought she'd be the loser but standing here am I
And that long train is rolling going somewhere
And it's carrying her away from my side
Yes, I cried, thought I'd die.

--- Instrumental ---

A broken heart is something that I have never had
But I learned the hard way didn't know it hurt so bad
And them big wheels are turnin' going somewhere
And it's carryinG her away from my side.
(Yes, he cried, thought he'd die.)

This burnin' love unwanted this love that never dies
Keeps right on a hurting no matter how I try
And that old rattler rolling going somewhere
And it's carrying her away from my side
Yes, I cried, thought I'd die.

--- Instrumental ---

Many years I've fooled around and many years I've lied
I'd always be a leaving with that suitcase by my side
But that big engine's rolling going somewhere
And it's carrying her away from my side.
Yes, I cried, thought I'd die.

Yes, I cried, thought I'd die...



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