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There Never Was A Train lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, it's a very good country song co-written and
recorded by Clint Black.
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There Never Was A Train Recorded by Clint Black Written by Clint Black and Hayden Nicholas
C G7 F Given up the traveling it's driving me insane C Am Dm G7 Ridin' alone on the midnight train C F Dm Now a mind can wander that's far from being free C Am C Cause when that lonesome sunset whistle blows F G7 C This is where I'll be
G7 F I hopped westbound for San Antone from there to Santa Fe C Am And it's a thousand miles from there to home Dm G7 And there's a thousand things to say C F Dm Bout a man bound to ramble and a dream he's gotta lose C G7 Am That'll break this fever set him free F C And bring him home to you
F E7 Am D7 Somewhere I slipped off track but the world keeps going by C F G7 F C But there never was a train that couldn't try
G7 F There'll be nobody waiting my goodbyes are too long gone C Am Dm G7 From that moment at the station when I left from right to wrong C F Fm C But now I finally nearly made it it was a long uphill climb G7 Am C F C To right back to where I started from but I think I can this time
F E7 Am D7 Somewhere I slipped off track but the world keeps going by C F G7 F C But there never was a train that couldn't try F E7 Am D7 Somewhere I slipped off track I was thinking I could fly C F G7 F C But there never was a train that wouldn't try
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