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Baricades and brickwalls won't keep me from you
You can tie me down on a railroad track you can let that freight train loose iron bars and big old cars won't run me out of town well i'll be damned if not you're not my man before the sun goes down

Well you can chain me down on the edge of town you can leave me there to die but the railroad tack will bring me back when the lonesome whistle cries.

Baricades and brickwalls won't keep me from you
You can tie me down on a railroad track you can let that freight train loose iron and big old cars won't run me out of town well i'll be damned if not you're not my man before the sun goes down

You can lock me out you can scream and shout you can try to change your name but by the end of the day i'll take you away like a force 10 hurricane

Baricades and brickwalls won't keep me from you
You can tie down me on a railroad track you can let that freight train loose iron bars and big old cars won't run me out of town well i'll be damned if not you're not my man before the sun goes down



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