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well

Now, my apron is up to my chin
You pass my door but you never come in
Fare thee well, my honey, fare thee well

Muddy river runs muddy 'n'
the blue suit banker in the ticket line.
Got an Evening Standard with Playboy
Hidden behind.
On Trains, on Trains he seems
To spend his life on Trains
climate, they say

But it hasn't got
The handy subway train
You seldom find a taxi
When it rains

That's why New York's my home
Keep your California
an' win my train fare home
Oh, the moment that I do, darlin'
You can say your man is comin' home, yeah

It's so hard, tryin' to make it all by
I'm a stranger, just blowed in your town
So I want my train fare home, so I have no worries on my babe

I'm a stranger here, just blowed in your
a gun by her bed 
And a letter he wrote 
From a dry, foundered boat 

And the train track will take 
All the wounded ones home 
And I'll be alone
If I ever get lucky mama
Win my train fare home
If I get lucky babe
Win my train fare home
I'm going back to the border
Where I'm better known
I'm a stranger, just blowed in your town
So I want my train fare home, so I have no worries on my babe

I'm a stranger here, just blowed in your
with me
Watching the laughter play around your eyes
Come up and getcha, saved up for the train fare money
Kiss and make-up and it will be so nice
Watching the laughter play around your eyes
Come up and getcha, saved up for the train fare money
Kiss and make-up and it will be so nice

Feels so good your
Album: Walter Davis First Recording 1930-1932
JSP Records #605 RCA #67580-1
Transcriber: Awcantor@aol.com



My train is leaving
An I ain't got my fare
My
If I ever get lucky mamma
Win my train fare home
If I ever get lucky babe
Win my train fare home

I'm goin' back to the border
Where i'm better
Watching the laughter play around your eyes
Come up and getcha, saved up for the train fare money
Kiss and make-up and it will be so nice

Feels so good your
back home again?
Oh, the river of love it has gone muddy
And the flowers , they are dying on the shore.
And the blue skies have all turned to darkness
don't despair
 You don't have to pay no fare
 (It's a free ride, Baby)
 Please now brother don't you ride this train
 Ride the wrong rails, live your
But one little boy who sat by himself
Was reading a letter he had
You could plainly tell by the look on his face
That the contents of it made him sad
an' win my train fare home
Oh, the moment that I do, darlin'
You can say your man is comin' home, yeah

It's so hard, tryin' to make it all by
train is right, I'll be home before that night and I hope no one will have to go my bail.

(Chorus)
Watching the laughter play around your eyes
Come up and getcha, saved up for the train fare money
Kiss and make-up and it will be so nice

Feels so good your
In bed I hear cars and trains and think of swamps and oceans
The diesel sounds of anchor chain and muddy stirrings of a love I could have known
I
I'm a stranger, just blowed in your town
So I want my train fare home, so I have no worries on my babe

I'm a stranger here, just blowed in your
Walkin' on down the track, bringing my baby back,
Well, I'm on my way to that muddy water home.
Things ain't been the same since she got on that
the midnight choo-choo leaves for Alabam'
I'll be right there
I've got my fare
When I see that rusty-haired conductor-man
I'll grab him by the collar
When I get my train fare, I'll get up and run.
I'm ready for the city, air pollution here I come!

'Cause I'm a fool for the city, I'm a fool for
Its another day we go 
Sailing o're the blue
I look to the horizon
My thoughts drift home to you

a young man only seventeen
Adventure could'nt wait