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Engine Engine #9
Engine Engine #9, coming down the railroad line
How much farther back did she get off?
Old brown suite case that she carried,
I've looked for it everywhere, it just aint here among the rest and
I'm a little upset yes tell me Engine Engine #9
Coming down the railroad line,
I know she got on in Baltimore,
110 miles aint much distance
But it sure do make a difference,
I don't think she loves me anymore.
I warned her of the dangers,
Don't speak to strangers,
Did by chance she find a romance?
Warmer lips to kiss her? Arms to hold her tighter
Steering new vibes inside her,
How I wish that it was me instead
He just stands beside her
Engine Engine #9, coming down the railroad line
I know she got on in Baltimore
110 miles aint much distance
But it sure do make a difference,
I don't think she loves me anymore.
No, I don't think she loves me anymore
I don't think she loves me, I don't think she loves me anymore.



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