Freight Train Blues Song Lyrics and Chords

Jimmy Dean

Freight Train Blues Jimmy Dean with Lyrics

 

Freight Train Blues Song Lyrics and Chords by Jimmy Dean

 

Freight Train Blues
Recorded by Jimmy Dean
Written by John Lair
 
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I was born in Dixie in a boomer’s shack
 
Just a little old shanty by a  
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railroad 
 
 
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track

The humming of the drivers was my lullaby

 
And a freight train whistle taught me  
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how to  
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cry

I’ve got the freight train blues Lordy Lordy Lordy

 
Got ’em in the bottom of my  
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rambling 
 
 
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shoes
 
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when that whistle blows I’ve gotta go
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Oh Lordy  
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guess I’m never gonna lose
 
The  
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freight train  
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blues

Now my Pappy was a fireman and my Mammy dear

 
Was the only daughter of an  
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en-gin
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eer

My sister married a brakeman and it ain’t no joke

 
Now it’s a shame the way she keeps a  
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good man  
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broke

Repeat #2

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Freight Train Blues?
– The song Freight Train Blues was sang by Jimmy Dean.

 

Who is Jimmy Dean?
– Jimmy Ray Dean (August 10, 1928 – June 13, 2010) was an American country music singer, television host, actor, and businessman. He was the creator of the Jimmy Dean sausage brand as well as the spokesman for its TV commercials. He is a distant cousin of actor James Dean
He became a national television personality starting on CBS in 1957. He rose to fame for his 1961 country music crossover hit into rock and roll with “Big Bad John” and his 1963 television series The Jimmy Dean Show, which gave puppeteer Jim Henson his first national media exposure.
His acting career included appearing in the early seasons in the Daniel Boone TV series as the sidekick of the famous frontiersman played by star Fess Parker. Later he was on the big screen in a supporting role as billionaire Willard Whyte in the James Bond movie Diamonds Are Forever (1971).
He lived near Richmond, Virginia, and was nominated for the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2010, though died before his induction that year at the age of 81.

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