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Hank Snow Lyrics Southbound

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by Hank Snow. Buy album CD: Railroad Man

Written by Ned Miller - Sue Miller
Recorded by Hank Snow

Hear the clickety clack of the railroad track
Means the wheels are rollin' and I'm goin' back
To the girl I left in a rundown shack I'm southbound
As the miles rush by I miss her more and more tears in my eyes and my heart is sore
Soon I'll be a knockin' on her front door I'm southbound
Southbound to my baby southbound I'm nearly crazy
Gonna take her in my arms and never let her go
Never gonna leave her never ever anymore
Soon I'll be a knockin' on her front door I'm southbound
Now the rhythm of the wheels call a memory every mile it comes a little closer to me
Soon it's gonna be reality I'm southbound
My heart keeps sayin' boy you made a mistake
Thought you was a rambler but you're only a fake
This'll be the last trip I'm a gonna make I'm southbound
Southbound to my baby...
Now the night that I left her well she pleaded with me
I know that you're leavin' but it has to be
I'm hopin' that she is a waitin' for me I'm southbound
It's hard to wait till I can see her face I still remember how her sweet lips taste
Not another day am I gonna waste I'm southbound
(Southbound to my baby...

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Album: Railroad Man (1963) Lyrics
cd Buy "Railroad Man" CD
  1. Waiting for a train
  2. Big wheels
  3. The last ride
  4. The streamlined cannonball
  5. Ghost trains
  6. Pan american
  7. Southbound
  8. Way out there
  9. Chattanooga choo choo
  10. The wreck of the number nine
  11. Lonesome whistle
  12. The crazy engineer


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