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95 South 95 South
95 South from Portland Maine
When am I ever gonna see you again

95 South 95 South
95 South tryin to whistle a tune
Potholes deeper that the craters on the moon
95 South

Well, the longest train that I ever saw
Had the front in the summer and the back in the fall
I wish I was on that train tonight
Rollin in the pale moonlight

95 South 95 South
95 South to Boston town
Honey this tunnell is getting me down

95 South 95 South
95 South to the big city lights
There's a big empty hole in my heart tonight
95 South

Well, the longest train that I ever saw
Had the front in the summer and the back in the fall
I wish I was on that train tonight
Rollin in the pale moonlight

95 South 95 South
95 South off the Jersey Pike
Coffee colored Cadillac rollin through the night

95 South
95 South through the Carolina Pines
My head is swimming inthe honeysuckle vines

Well, the longest train that I ever saw
Had the front in the summer and the back in the fall
I wish I was on that train tonight
Rollin in the pale moonlight



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