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a fun up tempo song written and recorded by Dolly Parton.
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Heartbreak Express Written and recorded by Dolly Parton
C F C Packing my suitcase writing a tearstained goodbye note F G7 C Staying so long to a love gone wrong and that's all she wrote F C F Leaving behind what once was mine with sad re-gr-ets C G7 C But it's all gone now and I'm leaving town on my heartbreak express
F C Walking in the rain with a heart full of pain to the train depot F G7 C The only thing that's gonna keep me warm now is my overcoat F C F Lost and lonely waiting in line at the ticket d-e-sk C G7 C Hey Mr. would you give me a one-way ticket on my heartbreak express
F C I'm gonna roll on down the line D7 G7 I'm gonna go so far I'm gonna get it off my mind F C F It hurts to know it ain't enough when you give your b-e-st C G7 C Get a ticket to ride and I'm leaving tonight on my heartbreak express
F C Oh I couldn't hold a candle to the flaming beauty that caught his eye F G7 C It's killing me now but I won't stay around and let him watch me die F C F Oh it just goes to show that you never do know cause I never would've gue-ssed C G7 C I'd be sitting here now on a train sorrow bound called the Heartbreak Express
F C I'm gonna roll on down the line D7 G7 I'm gonna go so far I'm gonna get it off my mind F C F Maybe someday somewhere someway I will for-get C G7 C But there's no going back so roll on down my track you old heartbreak express
G7 C Feeling alone while a low whistle moans on the heartbreak express
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