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I was working at the railroad
On the train to Arkansas
Last summer, I met a girl
She came from nowhere in Idaho

I can't get, no no no
Just can't get her
Out of my mind
Can't forget, no no no
Those bedroom eyes
And that little gracious smile

Howdy folks, this song's about a man and a woman, what else
You know, one minute everything's going fine
The next, it's gone with the wind
But what the hey, I still go my horse

I was working at the railroad
On the train to Arkansas
Last summer, I met a girl
She came from nowhere in, she came from nowhere in Idaho

I can't get, no no no
Just can't get her
Out of my mind
Can't forget, no no no
Those bedroom eyes
And that little gracious smile

Still, I wonder about her name
Guess she never told and I never asked
Like a Southern hurricane
She took me by surprise, then vanished in the haze

I can't get, no no no
I just can't get her
Out of my mind
Can't forget, no no no
Those bedroom eyes
And that little gracious smile

Can't forget, no no no
Those bedroom eyes
And that little gracious smile



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