Blue Railroad Train Song Lyrics and Chords

Early Delmore Brothers - Blue Railroad Train (1933).

 

Blue Railroad Train Song Lyrics and Chords by Delmore Brothers

 

Blue Railroad Train
Recorded by the Delmore Brothers
Written by Lionel Alton Delmore and Rabon Delmore
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Blue railroad train going down the railroad tracks
 
It  
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makes me feel so doggone blue to listen to that old smoke
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stack

Come back again let me hear the whistle blow

 
You’re  
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taking the sun and leaving the rain
 
And I hate to see you  
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go
Blue railroad train leaving me far behind
 
Gimme  
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back the good old days and let me ramble down the  
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line

Blue railroad train leaving me her alone

 
You  
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treat me good you treat me bad
 
You’re making me think of  
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home
I’ve got the blues I’m longing for your company
 
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many miles from where I am to the only one for  
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It’s lonely here waiting for the manifest
 
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hope that engineer is kind enough to let me be his  
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guest
I’m not as bad as you might think I am
 
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hobo here I hobo there I’ve traveled these states  
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around
Blue railroad train a good old pal to me
 
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take me where I want to go and my transportation’s  
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free

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Blue Railroad Train?
– The song Blue Railroad Train was sang by Delmore Brothers.

 

Who is Delmore Brothers?
– Alton Delmore (December 25, 1908 – June 8, 1964) and Rabon Delmore (December 3, 1916 – December 4, 1952), billed as The Delmore Brothers, were country music pioneer singer-songwriters and musicians who were stars of the Grand Ole Opry in the 1930s. The Delmore Brothers, together with other brother duos such as the Louvin Brothers, the Blue Sky Boys, the Monroe Brothers (Birch Monroe, Charlie Monroe and Bill Monroe), the McGee Brothers, and The Stanley Brothers, had a profound impact on the history of country music and American popular music. The duo performed extensively with Arthur Smith as the Arthur Smith Trio throughout the 1930s.

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