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Well, now, there's two, there's two trains running
Well, they now want her, going my way
Well, now, one run at midnight and the other one
Running just 'fore day
It's running just 'fore day
It's running just 'fore day

Oh Lord sure 'nough they is
Oh well
Mmm, ho ho, somebody help me
Ho, with these blues

Well, now, she's the one I'm loving, she's the one
I do hate to loose
(I do hate to loose)
I do hate to loose
I do hate to loose

Oh Lord, sure 'nough I do
Oh well huh
I've been crazy yes, I been a fool
I been crazy ho all of my life

Well I done fell in love with a
With another man's wife
With another man's wife
With another man's wife

Oh Lord, sure 'nough I done
Oh well
Long, she's so long and tall
(Tall)
Till she weep like a willow tree
Well, now, they say she's no good
But she's all right

She's all right with me
She's all right, she's all right
She's all right, she's all right



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