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That Ol' Train lyrics and chords

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That Ol' Train lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's very good blue grass song recorded by Del McCoury.

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That Ol' Train 
Recorded by Del McCoury
Written By Ronny Scaife and Alan Rhody

C F C
I just heard that city of New Orleans
F C
Go ramblin' past this ol' shack of mine
F
Yeah the windows carry on
C Am
And the timbers creak and groan
F G7 C
That ol' girl is well on down the line

F C
Some people say it don't get cold in Memphis
F C
But I've seen that ol' river freeze up tight
F
Yeah she used to melt me down
C Am
Till she caught that southern belle
F G7 C
Crossed that bridge and left me cold as ice

F
That ol' train hauled away all the good times
C
But the pain is here to stay
F
That ol' train is to blame for the bad times
D7 G7
I'm living today

C F C
Well if I could I'd buy myself a ticket
F C
Check out every whistle stop that came along
F C Am
Cover every mile of track and I'd bring my baby back
F G7 C
Put a happy ending to this song

Repeat #3,4

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That Ol' Train lyrics and chords