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minds

When that midnight train rolls by
And they hear that lonesome sound
They just hang their heads and cry
On the other side of town

Well it isn't
tried to tell me, 
Wouldn't hear a lonesome thing she said. 
Now she's taken her things and left me, 
No place for me to lay my head. 
Blue, Lord I'm
like the Tennessee Stud)

Well I got just as lonesome as a man could be dreamin' of my girl in Tennessee
The Tennessee Stud's green eyes turned blue
By Jimmy Driftwood

Along about eighteen and twenty-five
I left Tennessee very much alive
I never would have got through the Arkansas mud
If I hadn't
Along about eighteen and twenty-five 
I left Tennessee very much alive 
I never would have made it through the Arkansas mud 
If I hadn't been
Well, there never was a hoss
Like the Tennessee Stud

Along about 18 to 25
I left Tennessee very much alive
I never would have got
Through
blue and how lonesome I am,
If I have troubles and laugh like I don't give a damn, you'll credot!

If it's wrong to let someone take
Just a little
Along about eighteen twenty five I left Tennessee very much alive
I never would have forded the Arkansas mud
If I hadn't been a riding
Last night I went down to the railroad tracks
To watch that train roll by
99 cars screaming into the dark
I heard the lonesome whistle cry
With
Last night I went down to the railroad tracks
To watch that train roll by
99 cars screaming into the dark
I heard the lonesome whistle cry
With
lonesome by it for not beeing at home, you know
People can make you feel at home
And when I, thank you very much
And when I get that feeling like that I
your Pa
Our loves are gonna grow ooh-wah, ooh-wah

I was feelin' kinda lonesome and blue
I needed somebody to talk to
So I called up the operator of time
I was feelin' kinda lonesome and blue,
I needed somebody to talk to.
So I called up the operator of time
Just to hear a voice of some kind.
When
was Rock-A-Day, Johnny singin'
"Tell your ma, tell your pa
our loves are gonna grow ooh-wah, ooh-wah"

I was feelin' kinda lonesome and blue
I
lonesome by it for not beeing at home, you know
People can make you feel at home
And when I, thank you very much
And when I get that feeling like that I
blue and how lonesome I am! 
If I have troubles and laugh, why they don't give a damsel credit

If it's wrong to let someone take
Just a little kiss
Along about eighteen twenty-five
I left Tennessee very much alive
And I never would have gotten through the Arkansas mud
If I hadn't been a-ridin'
Last night I went down to the railroad tracks
To watch that train roll by
99 cars screaming into the dark
I heard the lonesome whistle cry

With
blue and how lonesome I am! 
If I have troubles and laugh, why they don't give a damsel credit

If it's wrong to let someone take
Just a little kiss
this bar!

By two o'clock, when the bars are already closed down, BILLY had broken 'THE BIG NEWS' to ETHELL. And with dust and boulders everywhere,
very long
And I'll be home dear
And I know that you've been crying at night
But you don't have to be lonesome 'cause
I'm gonna make it right
Make it
the great divide, and a white man stiff and still,
Lying there by his lonesome self, and I figured it must be Bill.
So I thought of the contract I'd made
Long about eighteen twenty-five
I left Tennessee very much alive
Never would've gotten through the Arkansas mud
If I hadn't been a-ridin'
the west 
And you can bet that they took the very best
("Except they left Tim Hardaway at home" 
"Yeah that was hella fucked up!") 
But Anyway
I tuned in
A speck in the wide blue sea. 'Tis the last of all the land.
A dweller upon our lonesome isle, the last, lonely man? -

By the Gods he is there to never