Railroad Lady Lefty Frizzell
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[(1)](F)She's a railroad lady just a,
(C)little bit shady.
(G)Spendin her days on a
(F)semi good looker But the
(C)fast rails they took her, now she's
(G)cryin just tryin to get home
South station in boston to the stockyards of Austin
Now that the railpacks have taken the best tracks
Shes cryin just tryin to get home again.
[(3)]Once a high ballib' loner who thought he could own her,
And he bought her a fur coat and a big diamond ring,
But she hawked them for cold cash,headed out on the wabash
Never thinkin never thinkin of home way back then
[(4)]Now the rails are all rusty and the dining cars dusty,
The gold plated watches have taken their toll.
And the railroads are dyin and the ladys she's cryin,
On a bus to Kentucky and home that's her goal.
The gold plated watches have taken their toll,
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