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You just thank the Lord (people get ready) 

Come on this train (people get ready)
and showed me life
A man can't live by bread alone
And you came along and taught me
That I, I just can't make it on my own
But while I thank you I thank
And you don't need a ticket you just thank the Lord

Let me tell you there ain't no room for the hopeless sinner
Who'd hurt all mankind just to save his
Thank you, Mister railroad man, I wanna watch your train roll by.

Standing on the platform, smoking a big cigar,
Waitin' for some old freight train
'til five. 
Thank you Mister Railroad Man, I want to watch your train roll by. 

Standing on the platform, smoking a big cigar, 
Waitin' for some old
Thank you Mister Railroad Man, I wanna watch your train roll by.

Standing on the platform, smoking a big cigar,
Waitin' for some old freight train
Thank you Mister Railroad Man, I wanna watch your train roll by.

Standing on the platform, smoking a big cigar,
Waitin' for some old freight train
the motor humming) 
From a moving train (see, you've gotta see the light) 

And if by chance you find a woman 
That you might love along the way 
You better
Thank you Mister Railroad Man, I wanna watch your train roll by.

Standing on the platform, smoking a big cigar,
Waitin' for some old freight train
Luther King
And still the train rolls forward over history's rugged trail
Straightening by the journey and the land beneath her rail
And you and I roll
and thank you baby
How sweet it is to be loved by you
How sweet it is to be loved by you

I close my eyes at night
And wonder what would I be without you
You put me on a morning train

Hey, hey, Brother Ray
What'd you mean by, what'd I say
You put me on a morning train
You put me on a morning train
and thank you baby
How sweet it is to be loved by you
How sweet it is to be loved by you

I close my eyes at night
And wonder what would I be without you
could fight
The shadows on my own
To the dark I was no stranger
But this was stronger than I'd known

And by the time I knew that I was in too deep
some time
Thought I might go on by when your memory came flooding in and you closed that door

Wish I was a freight train, baby
Wish I was a diesel
Did you think I'd take it sitting down
And let you walk all over me
Thought you knew me much better than that
I keep much better company

With
and thank you baby
How sweet it is to be loved by you
How sweet it is to be loved by you

I close my eyes at night
And wonder what would I be without you
want to stop and thank you baby 
                  I just want to stop and thank you baby 

                  How sweet it is to be loved by you
and thank you baby
How sweet it is to be loved by you
How sweet it is to be loved by you

I close my eyes at night
And wonder what would I be without you
minutes 'till 5"
Thank you, Mr. Railroad Man
I want to watch your trains go by

Standing on a platform, smoking a cheap cigar
And waiting for an old freight
to stop and thank you baby

How sweet it is to be loved by you
How sweet it is to be loved by you

I close my eyes at night,
Wondering where would I
'til five. 
Thank you Mister Railroad Man, I want to watch your train roll by. 

Standing on the platform, smoking a big cigar, 
Waitin' for some old
to stop and thank you baby

How sweet it is to be loved by you
How sweet it is to be loved by you

I close my eyes at night,
wondering where would I
mighty well
Then old Dwight D Eisenhower or LBJ we sing
Two brothers know as Kennedy and Martin Luther King
And still the train rolls forward over
rainy days
You brought back the sun and I thank you baby, thank you baby

I thought I'd never trust again, all the pain he put me in
Felt like I would