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Traditional- arranged by Linda Ronstadt
© 1977 Normal Music (BMI)

They say that love's a gentle thing
But it's only brought me pain
For the only man I ever loved
Has gone on the morning train

I never will marry
I'll be no man's wife
I expect to live single
All the days of my life

Well the train pulled out
The whistle blew
With a long and a lonesome moan
He's gone he's gone
Like the morning dew
And left me all alone

I never will marry
I'll be no man's wife
I expect to live single
All the days of my life

Well there's many a change in the winter wind
And a change in the cloud's design
There's many a change in a young man's heart
But never a change in mine

I never will marry
I'll be no man's wife
I expect to live single
All the days of my life



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