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Pan American lyrics

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Hank Williams – Pan American lyrics

I have heard your stories about your fast trains
But now Ill tell you about one all the southern folks have seen|g
Shes the beauty of the southlands listen to that whistle scream
Its that pan american on her way to new or-leans.

She leaves cincinnati headin down that dixie line
When she passes that nashville tower you can hear that
Whistle whine
Stick your head right out the window and feel that southern breeze
Your on that pan american on her way to new or-leans.

If your ever in the south lands and want to see the scenes
Just get your self a ticket on that pan american queen
Theres louivill nashville montgomery the captal of ala-bam
You pass right through then all when your new orleans bound.

She leaves cincinnati headin down that dixie line
When she passes that nashville tower you can hear that
Whistle whine
Stick your head right out the window and feel that southern breeze
Your on that pan american on her way to new or-leans.



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