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Very Best Grand Funk Railroad Album Ever (Grand Funk Railroad) · Funk the Whole Funk and Nothin' But the Funk (Elliot Levine) · Funk Funk: The Best of Funk Essentials, Vol. 2 (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Funk Funk: The Best of Funk Essentials, Vol. 2 (Hutchinson, Hutch) · In Grand Style: The Otis Grand Collection (Otis Grand) · Grand Funk (Grand Funk Railroad) · Grand Funk Lives (Grand Funk Railroad) · Grand Funk (Grand Funk Railroad) · Grand Funk Hits (Grand Funk Railroad) · Grand Funk [Bonus Tracks] (Grand Funk Railroad) – and 90 other albums »


Man, I was in a place
Called Keeprunnin', Mississippi one time
And I heard someone on my way by
Sounded a little something like raw funk to me
So
of pain all the part of a railroad train
Sweat and toil the good and the grand part of the life of a railroad man
Casey Jones climbed in the cabin...
kinds of pain all the part of a railroad train
Sweat and toil the good and the grand part of the life of a railroad man
Casey Jones climbed in
the part of a railroad train
Sweat and toil the good and the grand part of the life of a railroad man
Casey Jones climbed in the cabin
alright.
? : (muffled)
Don: the tape is rolling.
? : (muffled)
Don: here we go. this is grand funk railroad and here comes the count. one, ...
? : get
a fond farewell
By the time I get to Memphis I'll be outta my shell

Cotton fields just as white as snow
Sweet magnolia blossoms grow
Big moon shinin'
He was just a poor boy livin' down by the railroad tracks
His father worked so hard to provide that he died of a cardiac
He made himself a promise
to get that V-8 cranked
To have her on the front porch by midnight

Catchin' air on railroad tracks
Detroit horses breathin'
Peelin' paint off of city hall
number their backs. 
Benny's bike's too big big to race in the two-fifty class. 
They make him start way up on the hill out by the railroad tracks.
when it heard the first blast 
And then every dumb action movie was summarily surpassed 
And the exodus uptown by foot and motorcar 
Looked more like
put my feet up
Barely noticing the motion of the carriage
The stewardess was Prudence with her sister Charity
For fifteen grand they'd sell their hands